M3 Hotel Accounting and Payroll
|Gainesville, Georgia - November 13, 2003 - Centurion
Management Company based in Morgantown, West Virginia has selected M3 Hotel
Accounting and Payroll as their provider of Data Mining and Corporate/Hotel
Centurion is a family owned and operated company with 5 hotels. They chose M3 because their general business accounting software would not generate the information needed specifically for hotels. Further, they want to add hotels without adding accounting staff.
Randy Miller, Centurion Vice President, says that "Cost, ease of operation, the functionality we need and having M3 back up and store all of our data are the attributes that add up to the reason we happily joined M3." He also adds that Casi Weldon, M3's trainer, "has been fabulous in her quick response to every question we've had since the setup was complete."
Using M3, the hotel staff enters data that is reviewed by the corporate office via the Internet. Reports are integrated company-wide. Centurion Management can now enjoy the same high level of functionality as the largest of management companies...but for a small fraction of the cost.
M3 provides hotel accounting for over 60 companies with over 400 hotels. M3 provides all hardware, software, upgrades, security and data storage for a low monthly fee in an ASP environment. M3 also provides payroll services to over 12,000 employees.
For more information about M3, call Rick Frommer @ 770.329.9704, Steve Pappas @ 770.297.1925 X325 go to www.hotelaccounting.com
M3 Accounting & Payroll
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