G6 Hospitality selects Above Property for tech platform

Prompted by strong growth in the first quarter ended March 31, 2017, the new property is part of 34 new locations opened during this time period.
Above Property will provide cloud-based travel platform services for Motel 6 and Studio 6 properties.

G6 Hospitality, LLC, the parent company of Motel 6 and Studio 6 brands in the U.S. and Canada, selected existing partner Above Property for its cloud-based travel platform services suite for Motel 6 and Studio 6 properties. The selection of Above Property continues the platform transformation at G6 Hospitality, which includes ongoing efforts to revamp the brand’s tech platforms, processes and systems to support its growing network of more than 1,400 corporate-owned and franchisee properties.
“As technology in the hospitality industry evolves, so do our offerings at G6 Hospitality. System silos are consolidating and information sharing across the enterprise is becoming simpler through advanced platform architectures,” Jessie Burgess, EVP, CIO, G6 Hospitality, said in a statement. 

Above Property’s distributed reservations, inline revenue management, channel management, call center, and content management modules reimagine how core travel systems operate today. Through an orchestrated multi-datacenter, multicloud provider configuration, Above Property brings a new level of speed, stability and scalability to the travel industry.
“G6’s entire network of corporate and franchise locations will benefit through Above Property’s global, multi-datacenter architecture that allows for 100 percent uptime and unprecedented sub-second shopping and availability response times,” Lance Miceli, EVP, CMO, G6 Hospitality said in a statement. “The expanded scale of our relationship with Above Property brings the very best technology and value to our entire portfolio.”

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