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SOA (Service Oriented Architecture)

SOA is a design for linking business and computational resources on demand to achieve the desired results for service consumers. Service-orientation describes the architecture that uses loosely coupled services to support the requirements of business processes and users.

The design of SOA ensures that the services represent the business view and are not the technologist’s view. The SOA planning defines the architectures for the use and support of the business, and the plan for implementing those architectures brings value to the business and can be trace back to the business architecture.

momentohs® architecture defines the services and business process flow with SOA principles. The reusability of the logic is planned and executed with in the defined momentohs® methodology. The optimization and fine tuning of processes are well managed to provide instant and reliable data.

 

 
For five to seven star chain properties, it encompasses the entire spectrum of a hotel’s operations at property level and Head Office central MIS.
For medium size properties from 50-250 rooms, which require reduced functionality at a lower price and yet manage its operations efficiently.
For small to medium size resort or city boutique hotels with less than 50 room, it provides better features than off the shelf software at a competitive price and yet scale up to sprint when required.
For fine dining and table service restaurants, it is a fully integrated solution with POS, Financial, Cost control and Guest Experience.
 
 
 
 
 
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