Impulsify Adds 5 New Room Charge Interfaces to their Popular Grab-and Go POS System
Guests can now charge Grab-and-Go purchases to their room at 10,000 more hotels.
Impulsify announced the completion of five new Hotel Property Management System (PMS) integrations for their Grab-and-Go Market POS solutions: ImpulsePoint: Retail Management System and ShopPoP: Self-Service Kiosks.
The Denver-based, woman-owned software company added SkyTouch, Choice Advantage, Jonas Chorum, LightSpeed, Fosse and SynXis to their growing list of room charge interfaces that provide a convenient guest experience when purchasing grab-and-go items from the market.
The completion of the PMS interfaces adds more than 10,000 hotel locations to the total available market Impulsify can service with a fully interfaced Retail Point of Sale solution for gift shops, markets, and pantries.
The hospitality industry has traditionally struggled to bring the latest technology innovations to owners due to the heavy software development lift and the high cost involved in developing and certifying interfaces with the vast array of property management systems used across the industry.
Legacy PMS solutions are still in use at the top hospitality brands making ever evolving technology innovations unavailable to owners who desire automation and labor reducing solutions. The demand for an Open API to connect hotels to the latest modern cloud-based apps is often the topic of choice at conferences and owners’ conventions.
Janine Williams, CEO and Founder of Impulsify, “We take a passionate stance that guests expect the ability to charge items to their room as an essential piece of any food and beverage guest experience. It would be cheaper to skip that development cost and offer credit card only - as many of our competitors do - but it wouldn’t be right for our clients or their guests.”
Impulsify prioritizes interface development as a key line item in their yearly product road map and has launched five new interfaces in 2022 alone – including Comtrol’s Lodging Link which connects them to 25 additional PMS Systems alone.