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Yardi announces Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels Limited as new client

Author: Theodore Koumelis / Date: Fri, 05/11/2018 - 11:05
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Premier luxury hotel and property owner-operator will centralise diverse business processes within an integrated commercial property management and accounting platform

HONG KONG - Yardi, a real estate property and investment management software supplier, has announced a new contract with Hong Kong-based luxury hospitality and commercial property group The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels Limited (HSH). The two companies will collaborate to centralise data and simplify business processes for HSH.

"We are delighted to collaborate with Yardi as part of our overall efforts to drive efficiency across the Commercial portfolio within our various business units. Our portfolio is diverse and comprises luxury hotels, retail, office and residential properties on three continents. By unifying leasing, finance, facilities maintenance and analytics under one platform, Yardi Voyager will help us to improve the service we offer to our tenants," said Shane Izaks, general manager of information technology for HSH. "We already enjoy excellent long-term relationships with our tenants which have been built up over decades, and we believe this service will help us enhance the quality of our existing relationships as well as attract new tenants and enhance our ability to understand their needs."

"As a luxury brand with a long history in Hong Kong and a company that is moving into the data analytics arena, HSH understands the value of integrated process and accurate data that Yardi Voyager enables," said Neal Gemassmer, vice president of international for Yardi.

HSH has also adopted Yardi Leasing Manager to automate the company's leasing process and deliver a comprehensive view of leasing and property management activities.

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