WebRezPro PMS Integrates Lynx Home Automation Platform
WebRezPro cloud property management system (PMS) by World Web Technologies Inc. (WWT) is pleased to announce integration with home automation platform, Lynx, the smart rental automation software for vacation rentals, apartment hotels, boutique hotels, B&Bs and long-term single and multi-family rentals. The seamless integration automates digital key generation, and streamlines guest check-in and staff workflow.
Lynx allows lodging operators to automate and personalize the guest experience with digital keys or 4-digit PIN codes that are valid only for the duration of the stay. Guests can be welcomed to their accommodation with a perfect 70F temperature, jazz music playing on the Sonos speakers, lights automatically turned on at 6pm, and an automatically generated text message to check on their stay. A virtual concierge can answer questions specific to the property. The Lynx platform allows property managers to create enhanced operations workflows by using real-time field data as trigger events.
“WebRezPro is a leading property management software and with this partnership, we are excited to extend the power of the Lynx platform to WebRezPro customers. We are all about hassle-free, efficient and automated operations,” said Resha Shroff, CEO of Lynx.
Through the direct interface between the two systems, Lynx automatically receives guest and reservation information from WebRezPro and delivers a secure digital key to WebRezPro for each guest’s reservation. Automating key exchange results in a flexible and convenient check-in process for guests and management alike, and streamlines staff workflow between reservations for cleaners and managers.
“With Lynx, we are excited to offer our clients a seamlessly integrated keyless entry solution that not only streamlines the check-in process but meets the expectations of today’s guests,” said Frank Verhagen, President at WWT. “This interface will save vacation rental operators time, reduce costs, and improve the guest experience.”