GreenTree Inns selects SkyTouch Technology for U.S. hotels

GreenTree Inn & Suites Phoenix Airport will be adopting SkyTouch Technology's hotel OS.

GreenTree Inn, the world’s 14th largest hotel brand globally, and SkyTouch Technology, have formed an agreement to use SkyTouch Hotel OS at GreenTree Inn hotels in the U.S.

“Since moving to SkyTouch, our general managers have reduced the amount of time previously spent managing systems, which has allowed them to spend more time with staff and with guests,” said Chris Petroff, co-managing director of GreenTree Hospitality Group, in a release. “One of the deciding factors for GreenTree to make the move to SkyTouch was driven by our mutual entrepreneurial organizational style. SkyTouch thinks outside of the box and has been open to creating custom reports and other tailored product features/functions to meet GreenTree’s needs.”

The first GreenTree Inn opened its doors in Shanghai in 2004. Today, the company operates more than 2,600 hotels throughout the world. GreenTree Inn launched its first U.S. property in 2015 and has plans to grow it's footprint in the United States through franchising its brand.

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