Brazil Hospitality Group selects eRevMax to optimize online revenue

One of the largest hotel chains in Latin America, Brazil Hospitality Group, has selected eRevMax to maximize its e-distribution potential through an efficient channel manager. Forty-nine properties, including Golden Tulip, Tulip Inn and Royal Tulip brands will be using the RateTiger Channel Manager to update rates and availability across multiple online sales channels from a single platform.

RateTiger will help BHG properties to increase the online presence and reach out to new markets as the country gets ready to host millions of tourists for the upcoming 2016 Summer Olympics. The revenue management team of these hotels will be able to monitor and update rates and availability in real-time across all third party travel websites simultaneously without the risk of overbooking. All reservations made on these distribution channels will be captured, and available inventory will automatically be redistributed helping the hotels push even the last-room available thus ensuring maximum occupancy.

RateTiger, by eRevMax, is a fully integrated online channel management and connectivity solution that automates distribution flow between hotel systems and partner channels. Brazil Hospitality Group can leverage the wide array of features and functionalities that RateTiger offers to stay ahead of competition through smart rate strategies and timely updates.

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