Oracle to bring OPERA Cloud to 2K Wyndham hotels

Oracle has revealed plans to bring its Oracle Hospitality OPERA Cloud Property Management System (PMS) to 2,000 additional hotels under the Wyndham Hotels & Resorts portfolio by the end of next year. Currently, hundreds of Wyndham branded hotels are live on OPERA Cloud with franchisees using the system to simplify everyday hotel tasks, personalize guest experiences and help boost revenue.

“We’ve brought hotels onto OPERA Cloud at incredible pace,” said Scott Strickland, chief information officer at Wyndham Hotels & Resorts. “Today, we’re averaging 20 hotels a week with franchisees migrating in a matter of days and seeing immediate benefits including greater efficiencies, lower costs and the opportunity to deliver better guest experiences. That includes helping us deliver new innovations to hotels such as room upselling, integrated revenue management and mobile housekeeping management, among others, all on a global scale.”

Beyond operational and cost efficiencies, Wyndham franchisees can use the Oracle Hospitality Integration Platform (OHIP) within OPERA Cloud to connect with RevIQ, Wyndham’s next-generation, cloud-based revenue management system designed to help owners optimize their revenue strategies and grow market share. Created in collaboration with IDeaS, RevIQ is built specifically for the needs of Wyndham franchisees and is designed to deliver top-tier performance while keeping control, flexibility, and simplicity at the forefront. Both RevIQ and OPERA Cloud are the latest in a growing list of initiatives supporting Wyndham’s ongoing, multiyear digital transformation, according to the company.

“Wyndham is the model of how a global brand can rapidly adopt cloud-based, mission-critical technology,” said Alex Alt, SVP/general manager, Oracle Hospitality. “With OPERA Cloud, Wyndham can scale to meet the needs and size of each unique property; speed innovation to support the evolving demands of customers; and help hotels create efficiencies that allow limited staff to focus on higher value tasks.”