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Bonotel Exclusive Travel chose GIATA to uniquely identify their properties


The renewed collaboration between GIATA and Bonotel is poised to drive innovation and efficiency in the luxury travel industry, setting new benchmarks for seamless and accurate hotel content solutions.

BERLIN – GIATA, a market leader for hotel content solutions, and Bonotel, the premier strategic distribution and marketing partner for luxury travel into North America, announce the renewal of their strategic partnership.

As part of this renewed partnership, Bonotel will have the ability to leverage GIATA MultiCodes, an advanced solution designed to make operations more efficient by eliminating the need for laborious in-house research and matching processes. GIATA MultiCodes uniquely identify accommodations, effectively preventing duplicates and substantially reducing the likelihood of misclassification.

Bonotel will benefit from GIATA’s world-leading hotel mapping accuracy, with an impressive rate of 99.998%. This unparalleled precision will enhance operations, ensuring smoother processes and delivering greater value to Bonotel‘s customers.

“We are excited about the renewed partnership with Bonotel,”  said Rainer Schäfer, VP Sales at GIATA. “GIATA MultiCodes empowers Bonotel Exclusive Travel with streamlined operations and improved accuracy, allowing them to maintain their esteemed reputation in the luxury travel sector.”

“I am thrilled that our partnership with GIATA is continuing and growing stronger” said Simon Brooks, President, Bonotel Exclusive Travel “With GIATA’s MultiCodes technology, we will be able to better serve our clients and enhance our leading position in the luxury travel market.”

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