1 Reply Latest reply on May 27, 2019 3:13 AM by Jatin Bhatt-Oracle

    OPERA Multi-Property Part numbers

    Jatin Bhatt-Oracle

      One of my local PMS customer is looking to upgrade existing setup into a multi property environment.  As such, could you let me know if below listed licenses are the once I should quote.  The group consist of existing customers and 01 new property they hope to add into the setup.  In this regard, I need to provide separate quotes for a new property that is not using Opera and, for existing properties already using Opera to come into a multi property environment.  The existing sites are on individual deployed at each property level. 

       

      On a side question, could you also advise if below part numbers are required for multi property deployment with cross reservation function.  Will quoting only 5100-018 suffice, or both are required.

       

      5100-007

      Oracle Hospitality OPERA Multiproperty Cross Profiles and Configuration - Guest Room Perpetual

      5100-018

      Oracle Hospitality OPERA Multiproperty Cross Reservation - Guest Room Perpetual

       

      New Property

      Part Number

      Product Description

      5110-018

      Oracle Hospitality OPERA 5 Property Standard - Guest Room Perpetual

      L101207

      Oracle Hospitality Technology Foundation for Hotel Property Systems - OPERA 5 Standard - Guest Room Perpetual

      5100-007

      Oracle Hospitality OPERA Multiproperty Cross Profiles and Configuration - Guest Room Perpetual

      5100-018

      Oracle Hospitality OPERA Multiproperty Cross Reservation - Guest Room Perpetual

       

      Existing Property

      Part Number

      Product Description

      5100-007

      Oracle Hospitality OPERA Multiproperty Cross Profiles and Configuration - Guest Room Perpetual

      5100-018

      Oracle Hospitality OPERA Multiproperty Cross Reservation - Guest Room Perpetual

       

        • 1. Re: OPERA Multi-Property Part numbers
          Jatin Bhatt-Oracle

          The following are the add-on parts related to OPERA Multi-Property that will be required for any property wanting multi-property capability:

          • Oracle Hospitality OPERA Multiproperty Cross Profiles and Configuration
          • Oracle Hospitality OPERA Multiproperty Cross Reservation
          • Oracle Hospitality OPERA Multiproperty Cross Postings

          These apply to both on premise and hosted environments but please refer to the respective Global Price List and Supplement to get the relevant part numbers and the updated information on this.

           

          • Oracle Hospitality OPERA Multiproperty Cross Profiles and Configuration

               This is the basic requirement for OPERA Multiproperty, which allows the respective properties in the multi-property to share the configuration screens and setup among the various properties.  This part number also allows the relevant properties to share view and access to profiles among the various properties in the multi-property environment.

           

          • Oracle Hospitality OPERA Multiproperty Cross Reservation

              Oracle Hospitality OPERA Multiproperty Cross Profiles and Configuration is a pre-requisite to Cross Reservation, which allows the various hotel to cross sell each other.  This means, a reservation agent based in Hotel A is able to view availability and create a reservation for Hotel B. It provides a similar capability as a central reservations office.

           

          • Oracle Hospitality OPERA Multiproperty Cross Postings

              Oracle Hospitality OPERA Multiproperty Cross Profiles and Configuration is a pre-requisite to Cross Postings, which allows a hotel to post a POS transaction from a hotel to a guest room in another hotel. For example, a guest staying in Hotel A is able to charge back his meal in a restaurant in Hotel B, as long as both Hotel A and Hotel B are active with this part number.

           

          Note: a multi-property setup requires that all properties have to be in the same database environment, meaning that most hotels will be accessing OPERA remotely.  If the customer has OPERA hosted in its own datacentre, then all hotels will be accessing OPERA remotely.  If OPERA is installed on premise at a hotel location, the other multi-property hotels will access OPERA remotely.  So the hardware specifications need to be recommended accordingly.