FCS is leveraging the power of Cleverdis to better enable hotels to deliver the best guest experience.

The leaders in hospitality technologies, FCS Computer Systems, has partnered with Cleverdis, producers of the globally renowned Hotel & Tourism SMARTreport, to create a dedicated news and information hub for industry professionals.

Trusted by the world’s best hotels, with more than 8,000 installations in over 5,000 hotels around the world, FCS builds technology solutions that enable hotels to deliver the best guest experience.

Technology solutions from FCS include:

Hospitality Operations Management: A complete suite of hospitality operations management solutions. Everything you need to deliver the best guest experience.

Hospitality Gateway and Voice: Robust hospitality gateway and voice solutions to provide a firm foundation for your hotel’s technology infrastructure.

 Property Management System: An easy-to-use property management system designed for small hotels from the ground up.

As part of the new agreement, Cleverdis has created this new section on our website – – and will be carrying informative articles in future editions of the SMARTreport.

“For some time now, everyone has known that leveraging technology in the hospitality industry is a key to successful business operations,” said Jean-François Pieri, Managing Director, Cleverdis, adding, “We have noted, however, that there is a great deal of confusion in the marketplace about what’s good in which situation, and that’s why we are very pleased to be partnering on this project with FCS, a company widely renowned for its reputation in leveraging technology to affordably maximise property efficiency and guest satisfaction.

The renowned Cleverdis slogan “Information Intelligence” refers to the savvy assessment and organisation of information in such a way that busy industry professionals can quickly and easily understand and use the facts at hand.

“Together, we will be able to explain and demystify technologies, enabling people to make the right choices, and thus helping ‘grow the pie’ for the industry at large”, concluded Mr Pieri.