Pegasus Solutions’ Internal Digital Agency amasses more online media honors.
DALLAS – Two hotels with websites designed by Pegasus Solutions’ internal digital agency, Open Hospitality, have been recognized with web design awards. The Skyline Hotel website at skylinehotelny.com has earned a Summit Creative Award from Summit International, as well as a Best in Class Award from the Interactive Media Awards. The Holiday Inn Manhattan View website at holidayinnmanhattanview.com was also recognized in the Interactive Media Awards for Outstanding Achievement.
“Devoting the time and resources of an entire digital agency makes a big difference for hotels needing to improve online and mobile traffic and conversions. It’s what has allowed us to be first with both a mobile booking engine and responsive design for hotels,” said Jason Cho, director of interactive solutions for Open Hospitality. “It is also what has helped us provide our hotel clients with websites worthy of recognition from our online marketing peers.”
The Holiday Inn Manhattan View website.
The Summit International Awards are dedicated to furthering excellence in the marketing communications industry. The Interactive Media Awards, founded by the Interactive Media Council, recognize the highest standards of excellence in website design and development.
This year, Open Hospitality websites have received two leader awards for outstanding work in emerging media communications from Summit International, as well as W3 Silver Awards in four categories. The Interactive Media Awards also previously rewarded Open Hospitality with a best in class award for travel/tourism.
Photo caption: The Skyline Hotel website.
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