Automated Valet operating system offers scheduling for timed events

Plantation, Fla. October 2009 For valet operations with complicated agendas, large events, varied weekday and weekend use, Automated Valet has made managing traffic and staffing even easier. The Special and Timed Events feature gives valet operations the ability to set up rates, reminders and other tools before the event begins.
This feature is totally compatible with Automated Valets operating system, AVPM, and improves work flow for the facility with no compromise in service or quality. Installation and training are simple and quick. Within hours, the system will be ready to schedule upcoming events and automatically make necessary internal preparations.
The feature is easy to use. Management decides when to schedule events whether it is a week, month or year in advance. Information about traffic flow, start and end times, rates and staff numbers are recorded and accommodated. An unlimited number of events with any combination of priorities and specifications can be put into the system.
Trade Show.pngValet operations often work with a different traffic pattern every day. Mondays are slow, the rest of the week picks up increasingly, and weekends are intense, says Automated Valet Founder and CEO Ken Gulec.
Or its the other way around and the operation faces heavy weekday use and quiet weekends. Special events like parties, weddings, sporting events and many others complicate the service even further. This feature gives the management and the entire staff more time to prepare and an easier transition between a heavy day and a light day, he says.
IPI.PNGThe Special and Timed Events feature reminds management that a scheduled event is coming. It also makes it possible for managers or off-site operators to set rates for different events without being at the location. Having these details arranged beforehand eases the pressure on employees on big days and supports good customer service. For more information, contact Automated Valet.
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