Busy Rooms, traditionally not focused on German speaking markets, now plans to establish presence in DACH.
PIETA, MALTA – Busy Rooms, a Malta based Central Reservation System, announced the acquisition of Germany based Hotelwebservice (HWS). The deal provides the company with significant exposure in the DACH region (Germany, Austria, Switzerland) and allows for expansion of the product suite.
Busy Rooms, traditionally not focused on German speaking markets, now plans to establish presence in DACH. The office in Essen will be maintained and further developed. The brand Hotelwebservice, which is well established and has been in the market for almost 20 years, will be continued while a future brand strategy is being carefully explored and developed over time. Customers on both sides will soon benefit from additional product offerings. With the acquisition Busy Rooms now operates out of 4 offices (Malta, Germany, Mexico and India) and has customers in over 60 countries.
“With Busy Rooms we joined a strong, innovative team that jointly enables us to provide our current and future customers cutting edge solutions. This deal accelerates us and our clients to the next level” says Thomas Lendzion, Founder & CEO of Hotelwebservice, who will join the Busy Rooms Executive Team.
Sascha Hausmann, Founder & CEO of Busy Rooms comments “We are excited about the acquisition and the opportunity it provides. Not only do we acquire additional product but more importantly an experienced team which will allow us to execute on our global expansion strategy while providing better solutions to the hospitality industry.”
The product suite now includes: Central Reservation System, Revenue Management, various Internet Booking Engines, in-house Channel Management, GDS, Call Center, Content Management, Website Services, Loyalty Management, Data Intelligence and more.
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