The go-to property care tool for hospitality professionals announces the launch of international guest messaging, and can now be translated into five languages
BOSTON, U.S. – Breezeway, leading property operations and service platform for hospitality professionals, is expanding its reach into several markets worldwide, catering to even more short-term rental property managers and service providers across the globe.
Along with its existing English, Danish, German and Polish language options, Breezeway’s property care and messaging apps can now be translated into Spanish. With clients that operate in 74 countries worldwide, Breezeway’s language diversification will help accommodate users in locations such as Mexico and Spain, as well as break down communication barriers between property managers, housekeepers, and maintenance staff. The hospitality technology provider has also opened a new office in Barcelona, Spain to further strengthen its market presence.
Furthermore, the hospitality technology provider has announced an integration with WhatsApp, enabling international short-term rental hosts and hospitality managers to fold guest communication within its operations. This makes it easy to message guests throughout each stay, resolve issues, share status updates on service requests, and drive five-star reviews.
“Being able to seamlessly cater to markets around the world has always been a key aim for us,” said Breezeway’s Founder and CEO, Jeremy Gall. “With our recent $15 million investment from Catalyst Investors, we’re excited to be in a position to expand our reach into further markets, enabling our new and existing users to better connect with their staff and guests, in their preferred language, to ensure they receive the most efficient property maintenance and operations service possible.”
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