Danish hotel OTA TouristOnline integrates with eRevMax

TouristOnline, one of the largest hotel online booking providers in Denmark, has completed two-way XML interface with eRevMax to offer connectivity to its growing base of customers. The integration will help accommodation providers connected to the channel use eRevMax's online distribution platforms, RateTiger and Connect, for updating inventory availability and room rates in real-time helping them control pricing strategies and optimize their revenue.

TouristOnline will also benefit from eRevMax's reservation delivery service, which facilitates automatic transfer of reservations data booked through their various hotel booking portals like TouristOnline.dk, Hotel.dk, visitdenmark.com directly to the hotel management systems (CRS/PMS).

Following the two-way XML interface certification with eRevMax, TouristOnline joins the eRevMax Channel Ecosystem, whereby all hotel booking sites within the group gain access to broader inventory of hotel product, will see improved booking conversion on existing accounts and expects to realize increased revenues as part of its growth plans across Europe.

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The new functionality is available now to all existing accommodation providers of TouristOnline. eRevMax is developing its connectivity solutions to offer sophisticated real-time revenue management functionality to the hospitality industry. This includes solutions for the independent market and scaling up through the Tier One enterprise hotel groups. eRevMax's Channel Eco-System facilitates quality certified connectivity and relationship management services to support complex revenue generation strategies.

 

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