MSI WinPM and Best Western Premier Debut in Port-au-Prince
Wednesday May 1st, 2013 - 9:32AM BM
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PHOENIX, AZ—Multi-Systems, Inc. (MSI), based here, has implemented its MSI WinPM system in the new Best Western Premier Petion-Ville in Haiti.
“We’re pleased to be party to this momentous occasion and to represent MSI in Haiti through deployment of our MSI WinPM system,” Robert Bansfield, MSI senior executive officer, said in a statement. “We hold our relationship with Best Western International in high regard, as well as those they employ, and strive to leave a mark of excellence upon all those whom we touch across the world.”
The Best Western Premier is a $15-million, seven-story luxury hotel with 106 Caribbean-style guest rooms and suites. It offers amenities including meeting space options, a French-inspired restaurant, an outdoor whisky bar, a spa and airport transportation.
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