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Ultimate Guide to Choosing Lost and Found Software [Infographic]

| December 15, 2015 | By

There’s finally an easier and less expensive way to enhance the guest experience and build loyalty.

Any idea what that is? It’s probably something you’ve thought long and hard about too.

It’s using lost and found software at your property, because losing a possession is a traumatizing experience for your guests.

From the time it takes to find the lost and found department to managing lost and found items, the whole experience is like salt on a wound for everyone – you and your staff included.

Losing a personal possession can affect your guests’ experience and how your staff manages this experience can impact that as well.

The important thing to know is lost and found solution providers understand your pain. That’s why this software exists for all types of properties.

Whether you manage security operations, oversee multiple housing units, run several sporting events a year, or are charged with guest services for convention centers, hotels, music festivals, airports, or ski resorts, lost and found items are affecting your bottom line. You need to act quickly to ensure everyone experiences peace of mind.

In order to help you choose the right lost and found software for your property, we’ve created an infographic. The infographic will outline the functionality present in progressive solutions, that way you know what to look for in your next piece of software or to compare how your current system measures up.


Ultimate Guide to Choosing Lost & Found Software

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It’s important to acknowledge how a lost and found solution can benefit properties within any industry.

No matter your professional role, these solutions are an inexpensive means for helping your lost and found department run efficiently and effectively.

If you choose a system using this guide, you’ll find yourself enhancing the overall experience and realizing long-lasting loyalty from your guests.

Learn how to enhance the guest experience using lost and found software