TechnologyAccounting SoftwareHilton Group makes room for Cartesis

Hilton Group makes room for Cartesis

The Hilton Group has selected financial management software from Cartesis.

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It will implement the Cartesis Magnitude system to help provide budgeting, planning and forecasting performance in one single database.

The system is designed to help the hotel group get a more insightful analysis of its 390 hotels worldwide.

‘Our move to Cartesis Suite was driven by four key requirements: a need for a single view of the numbers; to increase reporting efficiency; to ease the burden of our move to IFRS; and finally, to facilitate delivery of relevant information to our managers around the world,’ said Hilton’s Philip Bowcock.

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