Noble House Streamlines Accounting by Selecting Financial Platform for 17 Properties
Noble House Hotels & Resorts has selected Aptech enterprise accounting, Business Intelligence, and Planning / Forecasting systems for its 17-property company. Noble House implemented Profitvue Enterprise Back Office accounting throughout its portfolio in 1Q ’13 and will install Execuvue Business Intelligence and Targetvue Planning and Forecasting systems in 2Q. Aptech’s solutions are 100% hotel specific. All of Aptech’s clients are companies that own or manage hotels.
Noble House needed a new enterprise financial platform to support its growth. The company evaluated back office systems from many vendors, but Aptech’s Profitvue emerged as the best solution. Profitvue enables management to download performance data from all properties for right-time centralized analysis and roll-ups.
Noble House implemented Aptech’s Profitvue Enterprise Back Office system in January 2013 and expects to complete installation of the Execuvue Business Intelligence and Targetvue Budgeting and Planning systems before mid-year.
Profitvue is a widely-used Internet-enabled enterprise back office solution that easily handles single or multi-company accounting. The system incorporates accounts payable, general ledger, statistics, financials, and reporting. Profitvue gives users open-database compliance (ODBC) within a scalable, client/server, open-systems architecture. Profitvue is also available as an ASP service or on a licensed basis.
Execuvue is a web-based enterprise business intelligence application for large and small hotel companies. It coordinates data from Smith Travel Research and many other third-party systems into accessible information with familiar browser simplicity.
Targetvue is a hospitality-driven planning and forecasting solution. Targetvue is fully-integrated with the Profitvue accounting and Execuvue business intelligence systems and eliminates the need to correct and recombine multiple spreadsheets for consolidating and reporting.
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