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clarifi 2.0: The world’s first real-time hotel content syndication system

This patent pending innovative technology solution resolves the problem of lack of uniformity in distribution of hotel content across the travel ecosystem.

Tavisca Solutions announced the launch of the next version of its real-time content syndication system ‘clarifi’. clarifi 2.0 is the world’s only real-time content syndication system tailored to the needs of any online small, medium-size and large travel businesses.

This patent pending innovative technology solution resolves the problem of lack of uniformity in distribution of hotel content across the travel ecosystem. It gathers static media and descriptive content from multiple sources (hotel content suppliers) and applies rectification algorithms to standardize travel content, with minimal manual intervention.

clarifi 2.0, tavisca’s most futuristic software to date, standardizes the distribution of descriptive and illustrative content such as star ratings, amenities, geocode, name/brand, description, images, near-by attractions and other static content, to  help the agencies maximize the correctness of travel reservations. This release delivers four new primary capabilities, as well as a series of enhancements for business users who can now get the rich and accurate data in real-time.

The new features in clarifi 2.0 include:
Comprehensive Dashboard that brings usability and allow the user to view

  • Content status: since last download
  • Recommendations based on analytics and market intelligence
  • Supplier’s statistics
  • Property management.

– Superior Content Delivery Mechanism for B2B, B2C and B2B2C customer/agents/affiliate network.
– Alerts and Notification system that promptly informs the agents of any change/update or action taken on the content.
– High quality content with in-built logic and intelligence that fixes bad or erroneous content and presents accurate descriptive and illustrative data by:

  • Geo Code Validation of each property
  • Pixel density validation for each image
  • Name/Brand change monitoring
  • Duplicate content segregation
  • Bad mapping detection
  • Address validation
  • Inaccurate data filtration
  • Star rating discrepancy resolution.

clarifi deals with the continuous challenge of changing static content around hotels, car, locations, airports and cities. Over the years, the application has become sophisticated and powerful. With this release, the application delivers capabilities that far surpass anything available in the market” said Anup Patil, the main visionary behind the product.

“Our target is to offer this solution on cloud, with an elegant UI and dynamic Self Subscription models by early 2014”, added the COO, Tavisca Solutions.

clarifi 2.0 is integrated with travelnxt booking platform, and available as an enterprise offering that works at the background of any online travel portal.

“The success of the product is exciting! We have solved a real nightmare for our industry. This is a groundbreaking application for the travel industry”, says Kaustubh Latkar, GM Tavisca Solutions.

The application regularly curates 300 GB data that amounts to 60 GB of content search indexes, and 258,882,796 records (770,000 Properties, 11,294,959 Images, and 13,621,359 Amenities). A future proofed application with the capacity to handle 5 times more data than what it has today.

Vicky Karantzavelou
Co-Founder & Chief Editor - TravelDailyNews Media Network | Website

Vicky is the co-founder of TravelDailyNews Media Network where she is the Editor-in Chief. She is also responsible for the daily operation and the financial policy. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Tourism Business Administration from the Technical University of Athens and a Master in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Wales.

She has many years of both academic and industrial experience within the travel industry. She has written/edited numerous articles in various tourism magazines.