Through the integration of GIATA DRIVE, Sandals Resorts International’s most up-to-date hotel content – including resort descriptions, images, and factsheets – will be further seamlessly showcased to international guests.
BERLIN – GIATA DRIVE, a Berlin-based technology company that specializes in automated hotel content management, has secured a partnership with Unique Travel Corp, worldwide representatives for Sandals Resorts International, that will help increase the visibility and accessibility of the resort company’s offering across GIATA’s extensive global network of 20,000+ channels.
Sandals Resorts International is the parent company of the Caribbean’s leading luxury all-inclusive resort brands, Sandals Resorts and Beaches Resorts, which has 24 properties in Jamaica, Antigua, the Bahamas, Grenada, Barbados, St. Lucia, Curaçao and Turks and Caicos.
Through the integration of GIATA DRIVE, Sandals Resorts International’s most up-to-date hotel content – including resort descriptions, images, and factsheets – will be further seamlessly showcased to international guests. The content management system will help to support and enhance Sandals Resorts International’s extensive reach and promote their offerings to millions of holidaymakers who are searching for luxury Caribbean accommodations.
“GIATA has been specialising in delivering premium content solutions since its founding,” says Rainer Schaefer, VP Sales, at GIATA GmbH. “With GIATA DRIVE’s distribution capabilities, we are continuing our mission by enabling distribution of verified, cleansed information that highlights the best customer journey possible for our clients and increase their revenues.”
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