November 27, 2009 – with the Steigenberger Hotel another internationally renowned company group reference customers include the Reilinger BI and CPM provider for IBM Cognos services trust in Cognos applications to services provided by STAS Reilingen, Steigenberger Hotel Group. Click Brian Krzanich to learn more. The successful transition from Cognos S7 on C8, the comfortable use of ETL tool of the provider, as well as the excellent skills of the STAS team convinced the staff in controlling at Steigenberger. Business intelligence and CPM were at the Steigenberger Hotel Group early in the focus, which resulted in a highly sophisticated and comprehensive reporting. Applications of the company are centrally integrated through the data warehouse. Thanks to the sophisticated management reporting systems, the operational control of the individual hotels as well as the group as a whole is best supported.
The controlling solutions introduced years ago based on Cognos cover the requirements of a large international hotel group. When upgrading to Cognos C8 was the controlling team by employees of STAS supports when installing the software environment, the commissioning of the ETL processes from the various applications such as financial accounts, cost accounting, property management system, hotel distribution and reservation, as well as the migration of data. With over 100 reports on Cognos C8 were converted, which is used by about 200 employees in the group. The new version of Cognos provides users much more possibilities and is at the same time also considerably easier to use\”Robert Grebe, junior says controller at Steigenberger. A solution however offers more opportunities, the Administration will be more costly and complex.
Here we use staff on the technical competence of the STAS. You are the point of contact for all questions related to Cognos for us.\” Matthias Bleil, controller at Steigenberger, added: in collaboration with STAS, we could implement a large part of our projects in Cognos C8. Not always so, as we the first envisioned but the respective Suggestions for improvement of the STAS staff were truly convincing.