Best Western will use Nexus for RFP

Best Western International's worldwide RFP processing and management is moving to the Nexus system commencing with this year’s rate negotiation season. 

Nexus will provide the chain with a platform to solicit rates and information from its hotels, and then help communicate bid responses back to its Corporate and Travel Management Company clients.

The Request For Proposal process is important for hotel organizations since the number of accepted bids has a direct impact on sales revenue for the following year. The Nexus system will give Best Western improved control over the process and comprehensive reporting capabilities. Best Western’s more than 4,000 hotels worldwide will be able to respond to bids—reportedly in less than five minutes.

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