Easy InnKeeping 8.2 was created to address issues generatedby the updated version of Internet Explorer, to provide two more booking options for for making reservations with in Easy InnKeeping, and a few more minor updates.
Internet has provided a lot of easy ways to reach out to the things of our interest. In the last few years, a big rise is seen in the online shopping. It has become very popular in the recent times with consumers visiting the websites directly or simply through the search engines to different vendors for what they desire or require. This growing trend has made many website administrators to take advantage of the trend by simply providing the consumer with the online reservation funtionality which offers the guest the ablity to book instantly.
Many users of Easy InnKeeping take advantage of the Easy WebRez component to integrate online reservation bookings with their property management system. But did you know you can also offer more than room reservations with your Easy WebRez?
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While its staying power is a testament to the development and quality of the desktop version of Easy InnKeeping, technology and software development moves at a rapid pace. So it was no surprise that many users of Easy InnKeeping 3.2 or 4.0 discovered that their old software was not completely compatible with Microsoft’s latest operating system, Windows 7. A big surprise though, to many of those customers when they called to find out about upgrading, was finding out that Easy InnKeeping is now in the cloud, aka web-based.
I'm way too late with this article to do anything for this year's Valentine's Day, but I've been sitting here getting caught up in the romance of the day and started thinking about which of the many properties that use Easy InnKeeping as their Property Management Software would make for a great romantic getaway spot.
I was asking about Easy InnKeeping's and GraceSoft's company history, so I could incorporate a bit of it into the blog, and hit paydirt. Gideon Stanley, Grace Software's CEO wrote articles for several monthly publications, and while some parts of these articles may be a bit dated, the information in the articles is still useful.