Having hosted the FIFA World Cup in 2014 and the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2016, Brazil has certainly made its mark on the world tourism map. Both events must have been incredible gifts for Brazilian hoteliers. Now, the hospitality software company Prologic First is giving them another welcome gift. The company is launching its mycloud hospitality platform for the Brazilian market with a launch offer that allows Brazilian hotels to sign up from just 2 U$D per room per month before 31 Dec 2016.

Brazil is visited by about six million foreign tourists each year, according to the MTur Tourism Statistical Yearbook of 2015. The World Cup and the Olympic Games certainly helped to increase these numbers even more. Government data show that only Rio de Janeiro received 1.17 million visitors during the Olympic Games, of which 410,000 came from other countries. Occupancy levels in the city’s hotel network reached 94% during the event.

For hotels looking to maximize their efficiency, mycloud is a great solution. The platform offers a web booking engine, reservations management features, check-ins and check-outs, a guest history function, feedback features, a tool for travel agents and corporate / group reservations, and a manager to automate distribution to OTAs and Optimize revenue. It was developed to provide hotel chains, independent small and medium-sized hotels, motels, individual boutique hotels and bed and breakfasts with everything they need to operate properly in a competitive environment.

Mycloud is perfectly attuned to the findings of the 2016 EY Global Hospitality Insights report, which found that it is increasingly important that hotels use competitive advantage to gain market share. We matched the fact that Brazilian minister Eliseu Padilha said that 95% of those who visited Brazil want to return, and it is easy to understand why mycloud is likely to become an essential tool for Brazilian hoteliers.

Hotel managers and their teams can use mycloud’s e-POS system to manage restaurants, bars, gift shops and other chargeable services. The system not only receives orders, generates accounts and takes settlements, but also produces statistical reports to ensure that users have up-to-date data on how their establishment is working.

MyCloud Hospitality logo.

Mycloud also includes an impressive interface library, offering over 175 different interfaces as well as services for managing household tasks and accounts receivable. Many of those who have embraced this innovative, cloud-based approach no longer understand how they did their activities before mycloud.

And that’s not all. The leading tool in the market for ‘social listening’ from mycloud also offers hoteliers a unique perspective on their establishment. Not available through any other hospitality platform, the social listening tool monitors internet chat about a specific establishment, using comments posted on Facebook, Twitter, Booking.com, Yelp, TripAdvisor, and other sites, to provide hoteliers with information About how your business is being presented online.

As an introductory offer of the MyCloud service, Prologis is offering Brazilian hotels a 50% discount when they sign up for mycloud before 31 Dec 2016. That means the basic plan costs only 2U$D per room per month. The premium plan is on offer at only 6 U$D per room per month – also half the usual price.

With the ability to manage your business more efficiently and always stay on top of the opinions being posted online, customers who have implemented mycloud have already seen their occupancy rates jump 20%, according to the company.

Mycloud has won a “Best Cloud Service Usage” award. Its developers, Prologic First, have used their 15 years of experience in the development and international marketing of integrated software solutions for the hospitality industry, resulting in an excellent system that will revolutionize Brazilian hotels in 2017 and beyond.

MyCloud Hospitality on tablet and PC.
MyCloud Hospitality on tablet and PC.
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Max Francisco
Max Francisco has been involved with the Internet in Brazil and has been doing digital projects in the country for the last 15 years.

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Max Francisco has been involved with the Internet in Brazil and has been doing digital projects in the country for the last 15 years.