Zonal names new High Level Software boss as it launches Marketplace solution

Zonal names new High Level Software boss as it launches Marketplace solution

Stewart Moss joins from Cedar Court Hotels Yorkshire to take HLS 'to the next level'

Hospitality software firm Zonal has appointed Stewart Moss as its new managing director of hotel technology arm High Level Software (HLS).  

Zonal said Moss will be helping drive the business forward during an exciting time for the business and “ensuring it remains at the cutting edge of hospitality technology”.

The company has just unveiled its new HLS Marketplace solution, a collection of hospitality apps and integrations forming a central software solution to help operators operate more smartly. 

The solution is designed to streamline operations, enhance guest experiences and generate more revenue, said Zonal.

Moss joins from Cedar Court Hotels Yorkshire, where he was group director of sales and marketing and has previously held management roles at IHG Hotels and Resorts and Accor. 

Stuart McLean, chief executive of Zonal, said: “We are delighted to welcome Stewart to the Zonal family. 

“With his strong background in the hotel sector, he has a deep understanding of the challenges operators face and a wealth of experience in boosting revenues and identifying potential new income streams. 

“His vast insight and expertise will be an asset in helping our hotel partners grow, as well as nurturing and developing our own position in the hotel sector. He is the perfect person to lead HLS and take us to the next level.”

Moss added: “I’ve admired Zonal for some time, and Stuart and the team have done an outstanding job creating a brand that really stands out in the hotel technology sector. 

“I am thrilled to be joining a company that is outperforming the market, growing its estate, and delivering outstanding service, and I can’t wait to get stuck into this exciting new role.

“I am ready to invest my experience into High Level Software and I hope we can grow to be a thriving technology face in the hotel market.”