M3 adds 320 U.S. hotel properties to its customer base in the first half of 2021.
GWINNETT, GΑ. – M3, the hospitality sector’s #1 cloud-based accounting, financial reporting and data management platform, onboarded over 25 hotel management companies onto its entry-point software, Accounting Core, in Q1 and Q2 2021. The addition amounts to 320 new hotel properties utilizing M3 to drive cost savings and increase efficiencies.
“Built on twenty years of experience in the hotel industry, Accounting Core offers what hotels and management companies need to drive financial performance to an entire portfolio,” said Scott Watson, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer at M3. “With more than half of the U.S.’s top hospitality management companies relying on M3, we look forward to continuing to serve our new and veteran customers with the most powerful and popular hotel-specific accounting software in the industry – all without high-maintenance costs or contractual strings.”
Accounting Core offers customers instant access to M3’s intuitive, functionally integrated and fully supported financial system. Recognized as the Best Reporting & Accounting Software by Hotel Tech Report, Accounting Core provides hotel owners and management teams with an accurate snapshot of hotel financial performance to improve efficiencies and visibility across multiple properties.
M3’s new Accounting Core customers include Cape Resorts Group, Prominence Hospitality Group, Migis Hotel Group, Level Hospitality, GB Hotel Group, LLC and more.
Developed, designed and deployed specifically for hoteliers, M3 offers hospitality industry professionals a user-driven financial and labor management platform. From single-location properties to entire hotel portfolios, M3 delivers a powerful and intuitive user experience while providing actionable data in real time. M3 now serves over 6,900 properties across North America’s hospitality industry.
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