PMI wants to register all paid hours as either productive or non-productive hours. Productive hours are those working regularly, i.e. you are doing the job you are supposed to and paid to do. Non-productive hours are all paid hours when you are not doing your regular job. Any paid absences like […]
These are the different types of shift codes used in your TKS. Most TKS are connected to your payroll system and therefore need a detailed description of how you work for legal purposes. There will be different codes for regular daytime working shifts, evening, weekend, overtime, vacation, sick leave, paid […]
Each department and position can only be mapped to one place. If you need to split a position or shift, you need to do this in your TKS. If you want the split to appear in PMI only, you can use Schedule to make a shift code that deducts hours from […]
If a department does not appear in PMI, it is not registered in your TKS. Whenever a department or code is not mapped anywhere, there will be a warning on the landing page and it will appear in red on the mapping list.
Departments refer to the cost centers in your property, the departments where you have staff registered in the Time Keeping System. In PMI, the departments should be mapped to a specific Cockpit. In some Time Keeping Systems you will also have the departments split into positions, if each position should go to […]
This is where you decide where departments and codes from your timekeeping system should go in PMI – to which cockpit.
You can check in the FlashReport if registered revenue on your trial balance corresponds to what is recorded in PMI. If you import the rooms forecast, you can check your original file with what is recorded in PMI on future dates in the FlashReport or Live Forecast.
All the revenue and statistical codes in your PMS should have a corresponding account in PMI. It is important to ensure revenues are going to the right revenue center and the correct segment. Trial Balance for Rooms should be mapped to the hotel and Total on segments. PMS Reservation Statistics (restat) should […]
This is where you decide where accounts/transaction codes from your PMS system will go in PMI. What items or accounts do I need to Map? All revenue, revenue corrections, and statistical accounts should be mapped in PMI. Statistical accounts are those related to rooms occupied and guests in-house, both actual and […]
Go to the navigation menu, choose Budget & Forecast and select your cockpit, here you can insert or update your forecast and budget for food cost and percentage.