Alberta’s renowned hospitality firm to leverage Revinate’s marketing and guest feedback solutions.
Revinate, the software as a service (SaaS) company that helps hotels transform guest data into revenue, today announced that it is entering into a strategic partnership with Sawridge Inns and Conference Centres – a Canadian hotel brand with a successful 40-year history and four properties across Alberta, spanning more than 570 rooms.
Revinate’s award-winning solutions will allow Sawridge to manage marketing communications, online reputation and post-stay surveys, allowing its hotels in Edmonton, Jasper and Peace River to personalize their guests’ experiences, drive revenue, and increase loyalty and satisfaction rates.
Daniel Montenegro, Assistant General Manager at Sawridge Inns and Conference Centres says, “We pride ourselves on a tradition of respect, fairness, and a commitment to exceptional value. Revinate is the perfect partner, empowering us to offer unequaled hospitality that drives real results. In addition to their user-friendly interface and relentless commitment to customer service, we recently launched an email campaign with Revinate Marketing that generated over C$45,000 in revenue,” Montenegro added.
Kelly Robb, Senior Director of Marketing and Growth at Revinate says, “We are delighted to partner with Sawridge, a brand with a clear focus on memorable customer service. The combination of their timeless approach to hospitality, their commitment to sustainability, and the use of our solutions will pave the way for a unique experience to each and every one of their guests.”
Sawridge was recognized in 2016 with the ‘Housekeeping’ and the ‘Employer of Choice’ awards by the Alberta Hotel and Lodging Association.
Revinate provides its solutions to a broad range of Canadian properties, including Pinnacle Hotels, Executive Hotels & Resorts, and Clique Hotels.
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