Data and analytics are playing an increasingly critical role in hotel and leisure operators’ understanding of their customers’ behaviour, so that swift actions can be taken to really satisfy their needs and wants.
At the same time, hotel operators have multiple datasets lying in various locations – customer profiles, customer feedback, occupancy rates, F&B sales etc. – creating data silos, from which the fullest potential cannot be tapped until they are integrated to gain a single version of truth.
Your teams could use Tableau to develop weekly and monthly reports that they could share with the entire company. The reports could feature sales figures and updates from top management and country managers, marketing and financial data, along with other growth updates. The comprehensive dashboards make sharing complex information with the rest of the company a much easier task.
With weekly reporting that details KPIs and shows how booking patterns are changing, details on revenue, commission and conversion rates but to name a few, allows you to extract the best insights for the team.
Tableau helps you stay competitive by making the time to develop and deliver insightful analysis and reports significantly shorter.
A business, which is highly metric-driven, is optimized with Tableau’s rapid-fire data analytics and drag-and-drop functions as period-on-period metric can be compared.
Tableau is a powerful tool because of its cross-platform adaptability. Tableau’s beautiful dashboards can be mobile-optimized, which makes it easy for everyone to access the findings even on the go. Tableau basically has the power to give you any insights you are looking for from the data that you can get your hands on.
Tableau can be a huge game-changer. So instead of having to wait for something to already happen and then try to figure out why it happened, you can now proactively look out and see what’s going to happen before it happens and then prepare for that or maybe change it.