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Granular reporting by Sage Intacct enables luxury hotelier to increase efficiency

Dakota Hotels - United Kingdom

Dakota Hotels saves tens of thousands of pounds in energy bills and puts sustainability centre stage

Five hotel locations, one source of truth

Each hotel under the Dakota brand runs its own P&L, so the company needed a cloud-based solution that all the hotels could access. The company chose Sage Intacct because it was easy-to-use and allowed employees across the business to get a clear, accessible view of critical insights as and when they needed it, calling up reports at the click of a button.

At any given point we have access to one version of the truth, and can spot anomalies, patterns and opportunities.

Sam Hartley
Finance Director

Choosing Sage Intacct and Percipient

Dakota Hotels chose Sage Intacct because it’s easy-to-use and comes with robust dashboards and reporting capabilities straight out of the box. On top of that, they needed cost-effective software that could scale with the business. As members of the Hospitality Professionals Association, Percipient was the natural choice for Dakota Hotels when it came to getting the job done.

Demand is high for flexible billing models. The technology provided in Sage Intacct eliminates the need for 3rd party billing solutions, automating once manual processes and providing a view of financials, along with the rapid Percipient implementation and deployment.

Chris Stock
Managing Director, Percipient

Saving time and money

The pandemic posed a major challenge for the hospitality sector in general. As a result, Dakota Hotels have had to get creative with the way that resources are used. For them, Sage Intacct isn’t just a financial management platform, but a tool to help the business thrive and innovate.  The time saved by the new software will also allow the company to focus on delivering more value to their guests.

Sage Intacct will be key to helping our employees to unleash their potential, deliver value and become more strategic going forward.

Sam Hartley
Finance Director