Munich Germany, June 25, 2019- Ruby Hotels has selected Infrasys Cloud point-of-sale (POS) to power their Ruby Lilly location in Munich Germany.
When searching for a POS system, Ruby Hotels was looking for a system that was intuitive, flexible, and able to grow with them. With Infrasys, Ruby Hotels can expand their portfolio quickly and seamlessly. The native cloud-based platform makes it easy for Ruby to track revenue, manage pricing and much more, anytime, anywhere; for their entire enterprise.
“It has been great working with the Infrasys team to bring modern cloud technology to our hotel. Our goal is to provide a contemporary and affordable form of luxury hotel to our customers, and to do that, we rely on technology where it doesn’t compromise individuality. We needed a POS solution that was flexible, modern, and integration friendly. Infrasys proved to be the best solution to meet the needs of our centralized organization,” said Tobias Koehler, Group Director Systems& Commerce of Ruby Hotels.
As an added benefit, Infrasys allows Ruby Hotels to utilize their existing POS hardware. “Being able to keep our existing hardware, which was in great shape, not only saved us money, but made the installation process much easier” stated Koehler.
Infrasys, a Shiji Group Brand, delivers a cloud-based POS designed for enterprise hotel operations. With over two decades of building POS systems for the hospitality industry, Infrasys is one of the most versatile and proficient systems on the market and has over7,000 installations today.
Brett R. Smith, Vice President, Global Strategy & Product Management for Shiji Group added, “We’re honored that Ruby Hotels selected Infrasys as their POS technology provider. They have been a great partner through the installation process, and we are pleased to provide them with technology that will increase efficiency and help grow their business.”
About Shiji Group
Shiji Group provides software solutions and services for the hospitality, food service, retail and entertainment industries, ranging from hotel management solutions, to food and beverage and retail systems, payment gateways, data management, online distribution and more.
Founded in 1998 as a network solutions provider for hotels, Shiji Group today comprises 4,000 employees in 70+ subsidiaries and brands, serving over 60,000 hotels, 200,000 restaurants and 400,000 retail outlets.
With the benefit of investment partners such as Alibaba, Shiji develops a network of cloud technology platforms that facilitate data exchange by connecting businesses vertically and horizontally across related industries. The importance of cross-industry integration to connect all levels of the supply chain, from guests, to distributors and suppliers of all types is a critical part of our mission. Our goal is to facilitate the transition to fully integrated systems for our clients through a network of platforms that communicate securely and easily so our clients can focus on their core competencies of serving their customers and guests. For more information, visit www.shijigroup.com
About Ruby Hotels
The Munich-based Ruby Group, led by founder and CEO Michael Struck, is breaking new ground with its Lean Luxury philosophy. By having a lean organisational structure and concentrating on the essentials, Ruby manages to create a contemporary, affordable form of luxury for modern, cost- and style-conscious customers. Founded in 2013, the group already operates seven Ruby hotels, with ten additional hotels either under construction or in the planning phase of construction. With the Ruby Asia joint venture, founded in 2018, Ruby is expanding into Asia. Additionally, in Munich and Hamburg, Ruby has recently started offering Ruby Works: perfectly equipped workspaces and a creative ambiance with access to an inspiring office community. Financially strong partners support the expansions of Ruby. The Austrian Soravia Group; a private equity fund; Michael Hehn, an investor; a German family-run office; and Michael Struck jointly hold the company shares.