Trump International Hotel Waikiki Is Latest Property to Upgrade InvoTech’s RFID Uniform System for Added Inventory Efficiency
LOS ANGELES, CA – April 17, 2018 -- InvoTech Systems Inc. announced the recent upgrade of its Uniform System at Trump International Hotel Waikiki. InvoTech Systems is the leading provider of advanced Linen Management, Laundry and Uniform Systems that integrate the latest RFID technology to increase profitability for hotels, resorts, casino operators, sports arenas, convention centers and theme parks. The InvoTech System installed at the Trump International Hotel Waikiki manages the Uniform inventory for 500 employees, and the property joins InvoTech’s extensive client portfolio of RFID Uniform systems worldwide, including its other Trump properties the Trump Chicago, Las Vegas, National Doral Miami, Washington D.C., Baku, Adelaide Hotel Toronto, and The Dominick. Click here for more information on InvoTech’s Linen, Laundry and Uniform Systems.
The InvoTech Uniform System provides significant cost saving benefits by cutting labor costs, eliminating losses, reducing purchases and lowering laundry expenses. The system eliminates traditional labor-intensive tasks, such as manual barcode scanning, counting and recordkeeping to reduce operational costs.
The RFID technology upgrade will provide additional cost-saving benefits by automating manual tasks that were previously required. Specialized waterproof RFID tags are discreetly attached to each uniform piece to replace the HF chips previously used. The InvoTech Uniform System automatically tracks RFID tagged uniform pieces when issued to employees and as it is shipped to and received back from the laundry. Previously, the HF chips had to be scanned in small quantities for each of these daily processes.
“The upgrade allowed for no interruption to our operations, and no downtime. It was simple and fast, and the InvoTech team was able to successfully complete the implementation of the upgrade flawlessly,” said Sean Vaziri, Director of IT, Trump International Hotel Waikiki. “The recent InvoTech upgrade to RFID technology will provide better control and overall efficiency required to manage the Uniform Department as well as use the same functionally, features and reports,” added Vaziri.
The RFID technology allows for multiple uniforms to be processed simultaneously and automatically, and the recordkeeping is also automated. The system integrates with automated uniform conveyors to distribute the uniforms to employees, and to automatically record which uniforms are taken by employees.
The InvoTech Uniform System is a paperless “green” system. The System includes an electronic signature capture terminal that records employee signatures when uniforms are assigned, which eliminates the need to print reports to obtain signatures. In addition, all system reports can be viewed on the screen or generated to PDF files to be easily viewed or shared, which also facilitates a paperless “green” system.
Oswald Lares, InvoTech director of sales, said, “By upgrading their uniform systems our customers automate their uniform operations. InvoTech customers see an ROI in the first year by eliminating losses and reducing purchases. The InvoTech RFID technology instantly provides additional savings through increased efficiency. More than 500 properties worldwide rely on InvoTech’s Uniform System to increase profitability through more efficient operations and processes.”
InvoTech has hundreds of satisfied clients worldwide in more than 30 countries, including hotels, resorts, casinos, theme parks, stadiums, arenas, convention centers, medical centers, cleanrooms, and laundries.