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ResortSuite

Background
Since 2000, ResortSuite has been a global leader in guest-centric hospitality management software solutions, designed to help streamline operations, increase revenue, and deliver personalised guest experiences. Serving luxury leisure and wellness properties globally, ResortSuite provides an integration which allows partners to maintain a single guest profile across their property and brand.

Main products and services
Built on a guest-centric platform, ResortSuite SPA can centrally manage all services, programmes, and activities in one module, and can be used as a retail module to sell product. Revenue management through dynamic availability enables spa operators to control the mix of services available, based on demand and maximise profit for their spa. Using a single guest profile, staff can also view and track property-wide guest information in one place.

ResortSuite SPA, with best-in-class modules such as PMS, CLUB, GOLF, F&B, CATERING, RETAIL, SKI, and CONCIERGE, can run your entire operation or integrate with existing solutions. ResortSuite WEB, MOBILE, and CONNECT technologies allow guests to easily book their entire experience in real-time, 24/7, including room reservations, spa treatments, classes, activities, golf tee times, events, and dining reservations through ResDiary. ResortSuite’s contactless, MOBILE solution empowers guests and members to manage their stay and itinerary using a property-branded app.

USPs
ResortSuite specialises in fully integrated, guest-centric hospitality management systems which manage guest information and streamline operations for destination spas, activity-based resorts, multi-location properties and large private clubs.

ResortSuite provides spa operators, which are part of these wellness establishments, the opportunity to streamline the entire guest journey with a single app experience, which manages the guest journey from end to end. ResortSuite MOBILE provides a seamless online booking which enables guests and members to check-in to their spa services, complete forms, use Mobile ID to access facilities, and checkout using contactless mobile payments. ResortSuite’s fully integrated solution, connected to WEB and MOBILE guest-facing technology, also frees staff from administrative tasks allowing them to be better hosts.

Where in the world?
United States, Canada, UK, Europe, Mexico, Middle East, the Caribbean.

ResortSuite video gallery:
Future plans
Property-branded apps are now critical for prop- erties. ResortSuite is continuously working to enhance the functionality of MOBILE so prop- erties can offer their guests a more touchless, customisable, and personalised experience.
Who's who
Frank Pitsikalis, founder & CEO
Matt Anderson, senior sales executive
Aprille Bouchard, guest experience strategist
Alyssa Mastrella, sales coordinator
Top clients
Champneys, Destination Kohler, Aurora Anguilla, Miraval, Jumeirah, Four Seasons, The Breakers, Sea Island, Hershey, Glen Ivy, Ojai Valley Inn & Spa, Lodge at Woodloch, Monarch Beach Resort, Spa Eastman, Old Course Hotel St Andrews.
What the clients say
“With a combination of our destination resorts and day spas operating under the Champneys luxury brand, we chose ResortSuite to provide a single, central system for our entire operation. We can now ensure a personalized guest experience at every interaction be that in person, on the phone or online.”
– Alan Whiteley, Group Managing Director, Champneys Resorts
“We selected ResortSuite because its guest-first approach to managing resort operations mirrors our philosophy at Woodloch. ResortSuite will provide guests with a single view of their stay at Woodloch, and more importantly, allow us to establish and nurture ongoing, personal relationships with every guest.”
– John Lopis, Founder, The Lodge at Woodloch
“Prior to ResortSuite, our guests and members could only check availability for dining, tee times, and activities by calling and speaking to an agent. Only 9 months after implementing ResortSuite, over 35% of all activity bookings come through our online portal.
“While the ability to make reservations is quantifiable, we are just beginning to realize the value of freeing up our agents for other revenue-generating opportunities.”
– Ben Wambaugh, Sales & Information Center Director, Sea Island
updates & press releases
ResortSuite MOBILE frees the staff from administrative tasks Credit: Resortsuite
23 Jun 2021
Increasing staff productivity with technology
ResortSuite MOBILE frees the staff from administrative tasks Credit: Resortsuite
As spas reopen after more than a year of fluctuating restrictions, spa operators face a new challenge.

“Reopening is bittersweet,” says Frank Pitsikalis, Founder & CEO of ResortSuite, a guest-centric hospitality management solutions company. “Spas can now return to caring for their guests, but staff shortages, which are more acute post-COVID, have reduced the number of guests a spa can serve."

ResortSuite's WEB and MOBILE modules relieve workloads by empowering guests to self-discover and customize their own ideal stay. Guests are encouraged to book their own rooms, spa treatments, fitness classes, activities, golf tee times, and dining reservations.

ResortSuite MOBILE frees the staff from administrative tasks further by allowing guests to complete their own check-in and health questionnaires, receive digital keys, book reservations, and view their itineraries with real-time updates.

ResortSuite’s fully integrated hospitality software solutions allow properties to operate with less staff in administrative roles. Modules like ResortSuite’s SPA software automate labour-intensive tasks like recipe-level inventory management, reordering, and report generation. Integrating modules allows seamless information sharing across a property, automation of manual tasks, and enhanced staff productivity.

“The role of technology is to free staff from non-therapeutic areas of the spa so they can spend more time focusing on the well-being of their guests,” says Frank.

“By incorporating web and mobile technologies with an integrated solution, spas with reduced staffing can continue to operate while providing guests an exceptional level of service.”

Click here to request a demonstration
10 May 2021
Preparing for the new guest
While the past year has been tough for the spa industry, its future looks bright.

“There has been a shift in mindset when it comes to our wellness, and we're finally putting it at the forefront,” says Frank Pitsikalis, Founder and CEO of ResortSuite – a guest-centric hospitality management solutions company.
“We're at the precipice of the next big wave in wellness.”

This big wave will be characterised by guests visiting spas, hotels and resorts with brand new expectations based on an evolved relationship with technology.

With an increased focus on maintaining social distance and reducing touchpoints, people have become more comfortable ordering online and personalising their products and services to meet their specific needs.

“Personalisation is the new luxury,” said Pitsikalis, “returning guests will be more tech-savvy and will expect to be able to use technology to personalise their stay.”

Both ResortSuite’s online booking engine and ISPA award-winning Mobile property-branded app allow properties to provide guests with the personalisation capabilities they now expect. Both offer access to real-time booking capabilities, restaurant reservations, check-in forms, menus, itineraries and member profiles. Plus, they can be customised to fit branding requirements via a content management system.

While adding technology to an industry that focuses on human connections, particularly in spas themselves, may seem counterintuitive, Pitsikalis is quick to point out that “the role of technology is to free staff from non-therapeutic areas of the spa so they can spend more time focusing on the wellbeing of their guests.”

Learn more about what you can do to prepare for the new guest ​here.

Request a ResortSuite demonstration through this link.
29 Apr 2021
ResortSuite: Elevating guest experiences through mobile solutions
The hospitality industry has always been a reluctant adopter of technology, perceiving it as a hindrance to offering a personalised experience.

“The future has always been tech-based, but COVID-19 drove this trend from a nice-to-have to a must-have for returning guests,” says Frank Pitsikalis, Founder and CEO of ResortSuite, a guest-centric hospitality management solutions company.

“Apps that enable spas and resorts to provide guests with control of their wellness itinerary, such as ResortSuite Mobile, are going to become the norm."

“Personalisation is the new luxury and ResortSuite’s ISPA Innovate Award-winning Mobile property-branded app provides guests with the ability to personalise their experience on property.”

The app offers access to real-time booking capabilities, itineraries, member profiles and can be customised to fit branding requirements via a content management system.

It can also be used to store guest profiles and IDs that let guests and members access privileges and facilities exclusive to their profile.

Pitsikalis pointed to Watergate Bay, a customer who used the lockdown to work with ResortSuite to develop an app that would meet their guests’ needs.

“The month the app was launched, it received 800 downloads and was used 16,000 times. Nearly 4,000 classes, treatments, and dining reservations were booked through the app.”

According to Judi Blakeburn, Brand Director at Watergate Bay, the app helps them elevate guest experiences.

“Progressively, touchless technology is removing day-to-day admin tasks from our guest-facing teams, enabling them to become great hosts who have the time to enhance a guest’s stay through insight and service.”

To request a demonstration, head to this link.
26 Mar 2021
Tech-based personalisation is the new luxury, says Frank Pitsikalis
Despite technology being critical to business success, the hospitality industry has always been a reluctant adopter, perceiving technology as a hindrance to offering a personalised experience.

“The future has always been tech-based, but COVID-19 drove this trend from a nice-to-have to a must-have for returning guests,” said Frank Pitsikalis, Founder and CEO of ResortSuite, a guest-centric hospitality management solutions company.

“Apps that enable spas and resorts to provide guests with control of their wellness itinerary, such as ResortSuite MOBILE, are going to become the norm."

“Personalisation is the new luxury and ResortSuite’s Mobile property-branded app provides guests with the ability to personalise their experience on property.”

The app offers access to real-time booking capabilities, itineraries, member profiles and can be customised to fit branding requirements via a content management system.

It can also be used to store guest profiles and IDs that let guests and members access privileges and facilities exclusive to their profile.

Pitsikalis pointed to Watergate Bay, a customer who used the lockdown to work with ResortSuite to develop an app that would meet their guests’ needs.

“The month the app was launched, it received 800 downloads and was used 16,000 times. Nearly 4,000 classes, treatments, and dining reservations were booked through the app.”

According to Judi Blakeburn, Brand Director at Watergate Bay, the app helps them elevate guest experiences.

“Progressively, touchless technology is removing day-to-day admin tasks from our guest-facing teams, enabling them to become great hosts who have the time to enhance a guest’s stay through insight and service.”

You can watch a brief video of Judi discussing the Watergate Bay app here


Request a demonstration
11 Oct 2020
ResortSuite’s app lets guests control their own wellness itinerary
“The future has always been tech-based, but COVID-19 will drive this trend from a nice-to-have to a must-have,” claims Frank Pitsikalis, founder and CEO of hospitality management software system ResortSuite.

He believes that the acceleration in the shift to digital as a result of Covid-19 is going to see technology completely transforming the guest experience.

“Although guests will have a pent-up desire to receive human touch again in the safe, clean and controlled environment of a spa," he says, "they’ll also increasingly desire a high-tech, high-touch aspect to their hospitality experience where they can control it.”

He says that software systems which enable spas and resorts to provide an interactive digital platform for guests to control their own wellness itinerary – such as his company's ResortSuite Mobile are going to become the norm.

The ResortSuite Mobile app offers real-time booking capabilities, itinerary, member profiles and can be customised to fit branding requirements via a content management system. It can also be used to store club member profiles and ID to let guests access privileges and facilities exclusive to guests or members.

“Guests will be returning with preferences and expectations we have never seen before," says Pitsikalis, "so it is imperative that we adapt quickly and ensure that guests and staff feel comfortable in the ‘new normal'".

Request a demonstration.

Read more from Frank Pitsikalis here.
ResortSuite: news from spabusiness.com
Hospitality management software system ResortSuite is set to be acquired by Saas software solution provider Agilysys in a US$25m (€22.2m, £18.8m) deal in January 2022.
The International Spa Association (ISPA) will grow its ISPA board of directors and officers in 2022 with five newly-elected members.
Spas are so focused on the health of their guests and staff that they often neglect their own financial health.
As spas reopen after more than a year of fluctuating restrictions, spa operators face a new challenge.
The International Spa Association (ISPA) has named 12 winners of the 2021 ISPA Innovate Awards.
The Global Wellness Summit (GWS) has announced Krysta Mendes Silva as the winner of its fifth annual Shark Tank of Wellness competition.
ResortSuite: featured in Spa Business, HCM and Fit Tech magazines
Spa software: Staff retention
Operators are reporting challenges finding and retaining great staff due to pandemic pressures. We look at how software can help, while also increasing business
Spas have been getting even more savvy about yield management since the pandemic began. Spa Business asks how software suppliers are supporting them
Global Research: All Booked Up
Spokespeople from leading spa software suppliers globally share their insights on booking trends and standout data since coming out of lockdown
Software: All booked up
Spokespeople from leading spa software suppliers globally share their insights on booking trends and standout data since coming out of lockdown
Technology: Soft touch
As spas reopen, how can software help operators meet the numerous post-lockdown challenges they face?
ResortSuite
Tel: +1 416-259-0715
Address: 171 East Liberty Street, Suite 207, Toronto, Ontario, M6K 3P6, Canada
Frank Pitsikalis, CEO
 
ResortSuite video gallery:
Who's who
Frank Pitsikalis, founder & CEO
Matt Anderson, senior sales executive
Aprille Bouchard, guest experience strategist
Alyssa Mastrella, sales coordinator
Top clients
Champneys, Destination Kohler, Aurora Anguilla, Miraval, Jumeirah, Four Seasons, The Breakers, Sea Island, Hershey, Glen Ivy, Ojai Valley Inn & Spa, Lodge at Woodloch, Monarch Beach Resort, Spa Eastman, Old Course Hotel St Andrews.
 
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Gold COMPANY PROFILE

ResortSuite

Background
Since 2000, ResortSuite has been a global leader in guest-centric hospitality management software solutions, designed to help streamline operations, increase revenue, and deliver personalised guest experiences. Serving luxury leisure and wellness properties globally, ResortSuite provides an integration which allows partners to maintain a single guest profile across their property and brand.

Main products and services
Built on a guest-centric platform, ResortSuite SPA can centrally manage all services, programmes, and activities in one module, and can be used as a retail module to sell product. Revenue management through dynamic availability enables spa operators to control the mix of services available, based on demand and maximise profit for their spa. Using a single guest profile, staff can also view and track property-wide guest information in one place.

ResortSuite SPA, with best-in-class modules such as PMS, CLUB, GOLF, F&B, CATERING, RETAIL, SKI, and CONCIERGE, can run your entire operation or integrate with existing solutions. ResortSuite WEB, MOBILE, and CONNECT technologies allow guests to easily book their entire experience in real-time, 24/7, including room reservations, spa treatments, classes, activities, golf tee times, events, and dining reservations through ResDiary. ResortSuite’s contactless, MOBILE solution empowers guests and members to manage their stay and itinerary using a property-branded app.

USPs
ResortSuite specialises in fully integrated, guest-centric hospitality management systems which manage guest information and streamline operations for destination spas, activity-based resorts, multi-location properties and large private clubs.

ResortSuite provides spa operators, which are part of these wellness establishments, the opportunity to streamline the entire guest journey with a single app experience, which manages the guest journey from end to end. ResortSuite MOBILE provides a seamless online booking which enables guests and members to check-in to their spa services, complete forms, use Mobile ID to access facilities, and checkout using contactless mobile payments. ResortSuite’s fully integrated solution, connected to WEB and MOBILE guest-facing technology, also frees staff from administrative tasks allowing them to be better hosts.

Where in the world?
United States, Canada, UK, Europe, Mexico, Middle East, the Caribbean.

ResortSuite video gallery:
Future plans
Property-branded apps are now critical for prop- erties. ResortSuite is continuously working to enhance the functionality of MOBILE so prop- erties can offer their guests a more touchless, customisable, and personalised experience.
Who's who
Frank Pitsikalis, founder & CEO
Matt Anderson, senior sales executive
Aprille Bouchard, guest experience strategist
Alyssa Mastrella, sales coordinator
Top clients
Champneys, Destination Kohler, Aurora Anguilla, Miraval, Jumeirah, Four Seasons, The Breakers, Sea Island, Hershey, Glen Ivy, Ojai Valley Inn & Spa, Lodge at Woodloch, Monarch Beach Resort, Spa Eastman, Old Course Hotel St Andrews.
What the clients say
“With a combination of our destination resorts and day spas operating under the Champneys luxury brand, we chose ResortSuite to provide a single, central system for our entire operation. We can now ensure a personalized guest experience at every interaction be that in person, on the phone or online.”
– Alan Whiteley, Group Managing Director, Champneys Resorts
“We selected ResortSuite because its guest-first approach to managing resort operations mirrors our philosophy at Woodloch. ResortSuite will provide guests with a single view of their stay at Woodloch, and more importantly, allow us to establish and nurture ongoing, personal relationships with every guest.”
– John Lopis, Founder, The Lodge at Woodloch
“Prior to ResortSuite, our guests and members could only check availability for dining, tee times, and activities by calling and speaking to an agent. Only 9 months after implementing ResortSuite, over 35% of all activity bookings come through our online portal.
“While the ability to make reservations is quantifiable, we are just beginning to realize the value of freeing up our agents for other revenue-generating opportunities.”
– Ben Wambaugh, Sales & Information Center Director, Sea Island
updates & press releases
ResortSuite MOBILE frees the staff from administrative tasks Credit: Resortsuite
23 Jun 2021
Increasing staff productivity with technology
ResortSuite MOBILE frees the staff from administrative tasks Credit: Resortsuite
As spas reopen after more than a year of fluctuating restrictions, spa operators face a new challenge.

“Reopening is bittersweet,” says Frank Pitsikalis, Founder & CEO of ResortSuite, a guest-centric hospitality management solutions company. “Spas can now return to caring for their guests, but staff shortages, which are more acute post-COVID, have reduced the number of guests a spa can serve."

ResortSuite's WEB and MOBILE modules relieve workloads by empowering guests to self-discover and customize their own ideal stay. Guests are encouraged to book their own rooms, spa treatments, fitness classes, activities, golf tee times, and dining reservations.

ResortSuite MOBILE frees the staff from administrative tasks further by allowing guests to complete their own check-in and health questionnaires, receive digital keys, book reservations, and view their itineraries with real-time updates.

ResortSuite’s fully integrated hospitality software solutions allow properties to operate with less staff in administrative roles. Modules like ResortSuite’s SPA software automate labour-intensive tasks like recipe-level inventory management, reordering, and report generation. Integrating modules allows seamless information sharing across a property, automation of manual tasks, and enhanced staff productivity.

“The role of technology is to free staff from non-therapeutic areas of the spa so they can spend more time focusing on the well-being of their guests,” says Frank.

“By incorporating web and mobile technologies with an integrated solution, spas with reduced staffing can continue to operate while providing guests an exceptional level of service.”

Click here to request a demonstration
10 May 2021
Preparing for the new guest
While the past year has been tough for the spa industry, its future looks bright.

“There has been a shift in mindset when it comes to our wellness, and we're finally putting it at the forefront,” says Frank Pitsikalis, Founder and CEO of ResortSuite – a guest-centric hospitality management solutions company.
“We're at the precipice of the next big wave in wellness.”

This big wave will be characterised by guests visiting spas, hotels and resorts with brand new expectations based on an evolved relationship with technology.

With an increased focus on maintaining social distance and reducing touchpoints, people have become more comfortable ordering online and personalising their products and services to meet their specific needs.

“Personalisation is the new luxury,” said Pitsikalis, “returning guests will be more tech-savvy and will expect to be able to use technology to personalise their stay.”

Both ResortSuite’s online booking engine and ISPA award-winning Mobile property-branded app allow properties to provide guests with the personalisation capabilities they now expect. Both offer access to real-time booking capabilities, restaurant reservations, check-in forms, menus, itineraries and member profiles. Plus, they can be customised to fit branding requirements via a content management system.

While adding technology to an industry that focuses on human connections, particularly in spas themselves, may seem counterintuitive, Pitsikalis is quick to point out that “the role of technology is to free staff from non-therapeutic areas of the spa so they can spend more time focusing on the wellbeing of their guests.”

Learn more about what you can do to prepare for the new guest ​here.

Request a ResortSuite demonstration through this link.
29 Apr 2021
ResortSuite: Elevating guest experiences through mobile solutions
The hospitality industry has always been a reluctant adopter of technology, perceiving it as a hindrance to offering a personalised experience.

“The future has always been tech-based, but COVID-19 drove this trend from a nice-to-have to a must-have for returning guests,” says Frank Pitsikalis, Founder and CEO of ResortSuite, a guest-centric hospitality management solutions company.

“Apps that enable spas and resorts to provide guests with control of their wellness itinerary, such as ResortSuite Mobile, are going to become the norm."

“Personalisation is the new luxury and ResortSuite’s ISPA Innovate Award-winning Mobile property-branded app provides guests with the ability to personalise their experience on property.”

The app offers access to real-time booking capabilities, itineraries, member profiles and can be customised to fit branding requirements via a content management system.

It can also be used to store guest profiles and IDs that let guests and members access privileges and facilities exclusive to their profile.

Pitsikalis pointed to Watergate Bay, a customer who used the lockdown to work with ResortSuite to develop an app that would meet their guests’ needs.

“The month the app was launched, it received 800 downloads and was used 16,000 times. Nearly 4,000 classes, treatments, and dining reservations were booked through the app.”

According to Judi Blakeburn, Brand Director at Watergate Bay, the app helps them elevate guest experiences.

“Progressively, touchless technology is removing day-to-day admin tasks from our guest-facing teams, enabling them to become great hosts who have the time to enhance a guest’s stay through insight and service.”

To request a demonstration, head to this link.
26 Mar 2021
Tech-based personalisation is the new luxury, says Frank Pitsikalis
Despite technology being critical to business success, the hospitality industry has always been a reluctant adopter, perceiving technology as a hindrance to offering a personalised experience.

“The future has always been tech-based, but COVID-19 drove this trend from a nice-to-have to a must-have for returning guests,” said Frank Pitsikalis, Founder and CEO of ResortSuite, a guest-centric hospitality management solutions company.

“Apps that enable spas and resorts to provide guests with control of their wellness itinerary, such as ResortSuite MOBILE, are going to become the norm."

“Personalisation is the new luxury and ResortSuite’s Mobile property-branded app provides guests with the ability to personalise their experience on property.”

The app offers access to real-time booking capabilities, itineraries, member profiles and can be customised to fit branding requirements via a content management system.

It can also be used to store guest profiles and IDs that let guests and members access privileges and facilities exclusive to their profile.

Pitsikalis pointed to Watergate Bay, a customer who used the lockdown to work with ResortSuite to develop an app that would meet their guests’ needs.

“The month the app was launched, it received 800 downloads and was used 16,000 times. Nearly 4,000 classes, treatments, and dining reservations were booked through the app.”

According to Judi Blakeburn, Brand Director at Watergate Bay, the app helps them elevate guest experiences.

“Progressively, touchless technology is removing day-to-day admin tasks from our guest-facing teams, enabling them to become great hosts who have the time to enhance a guest’s stay through insight and service.”

You can watch a brief video of Judi discussing the Watergate Bay app here


Request a demonstration
11 Oct 2020
ResortSuite’s app lets guests control their own wellness itinerary
“The future has always been tech-based, but COVID-19 will drive this trend from a nice-to-have to a must-have,” claims Frank Pitsikalis, founder and CEO of hospitality management software system ResortSuite.

He believes that the acceleration in the shift to digital as a result of Covid-19 is going to see technology completely transforming the guest experience.

“Although guests will have a pent-up desire to receive human touch again in the safe, clean and controlled environment of a spa," he says, "they’ll also increasingly desire a high-tech, high-touch aspect to their hospitality experience where they can control it.”

He says that software systems which enable spas and resorts to provide an interactive digital platform for guests to control their own wellness itinerary – such as his company's ResortSuite Mobile are going to become the norm.

The ResortSuite Mobile app offers real-time booking capabilities, itinerary, member profiles and can be customised to fit branding requirements via a content management system. It can also be used to store club member profiles and ID to let guests access privileges and facilities exclusive to guests or members.

“Guests will be returning with preferences and expectations we have never seen before," says Pitsikalis, "so it is imperative that we adapt quickly and ensure that guests and staff feel comfortable in the ‘new normal'".

Request a demonstration.

Read more from Frank Pitsikalis here.
ResortSuite: news from spabusiness.com
Hospitality management software system ResortSuite is set to be acquired by Saas software solution provider Agilysys in a US$25m (€22.2m, £18.8m) deal in January 2022.
The International Spa Association (ISPA) will grow its ISPA board of directors and officers in 2022 with five newly-elected members.
Spas are so focused on the health of their guests and staff that they often neglect their own financial health.
As spas reopen after more than a year of fluctuating restrictions, spa operators face a new challenge.
The International Spa Association (ISPA) has named 12 winners of the 2021 ISPA Innovate Awards.
The Global Wellness Summit (GWS) has announced Krysta Mendes Silva as the winner of its fifth annual Shark Tank of Wellness competition.
ResortSuite: featured in Spa Business, HCM and Fit Tech magazines
Spa software: Staff retention
Operators are reporting challenges finding and retaining great staff due to pandemic pressures. We look at how software can help, while also increasing business
Spas have been getting even more savvy about yield management since the pandemic began. Spa Business asks how software suppliers are supporting them
Global Research: All Booked Up
Spokespeople from leading spa software suppliers globally share their insights on booking trends and standout data since coming out of lockdown
Software: All booked up
Spokespeople from leading spa software suppliers globally share their insights on booking trends and standout data since coming out of lockdown
Technology: Soft touch
As spas reopen, how can software help operators meet the numerous post-lockdown challenges they face?
ResortSuite
Tel: +1 416-259-0715
Address: 171 East Liberty Street, Suite 207, Toronto, Ontario, M6K 3P6, Canada
Frank Pitsikalis, CEO
 


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