New interface to allow hotels push direct rates and availability to 20000 tour operators.
LONDON – eRevMax, the travel technology company for online hotel distribution and connectivity solutions, has completed two-way XML integration with the Europe’s leading travel wholesaler Go Global Travel. Hotels using RateTiger and RTConnect, can leverage the interface to make real-time rate and availability updates and receive bookings generated on the channel directly into their property management system.
Go Global Travel is a leading travel wholesaler operates worldwide. The B2B channel, offering a portfolio of over 200,000 Hotels and Apartments, is connected to around 20,000 retail travel agents and tour operators.
“eRevMax’s robust distribution platform has changed the way hotels can cost effectively manage multiple channels online. This partnership with eRevMax will help our clients to significantly reduce time and tools they spent on managing rates and inventories,” said Lior Zeira, Vice President of Business Development, Go Global Travel.
“This integration will allow our customer hotels to directly access one of world’s largest bed bank platforms to connect to over 20,000 travel agents and improve their booking potential. We have been continuously working towards building diversified channel portfolio to help the industry match supply with relevant demand in a timely manner,” said Ashis Saha, SVP, Project Management, eRevMax.
eRevMax distribution management solutions – RateTiger and RTConnect powered with sophisticated analytics, distribution capabilities and interactive reporting dashboard, help hotels make informed decision based on key insights and streamline all aspects of their revenue management for driving better results. The company eRevMax offers seamless connectivity with over 350 OTAs and 70 technology providers.
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