Role requirements to be able to adjust and update a schedule

Hamburg-based RIMC Hotels & Resorts implements d2o's Productivity Management tool PMI in 16 of its hotels

Written by Geson Perry

April 5, 2024

April 5, 2024

If you want to change a schedule in PMI, you usually need to be a manager, like a Department Head or Front Office Manager. You can make these changes in the PMI scheduling module’s cockpit, for both past and future schedules. Remember, you need to have cockpit owner or administrator rights to change Min/Max settings, which affect the SMART forecast and scheduling.

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