Hapi achieves Oracle validated integration with Opera

To achieve Oracle validated integration, Oracle partners are required to meet a stringent set of requirements that are based on the needs and priorities of the customers. Photo credit: Hapi

Hapi, a gold-level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork, has achieved Oracle validated integration with Oracle Hospitality Opera 5.5. A new data streaming, integration and enrichment platform, Hapi's platform aggregates data that is collected by disparate hotel systems and acts as a central hub for these hospitality data streams. The data is converted into a standardized data format and can be merged to create insights for more actionable data.
 
To achieve Oracle validated integration, Oracle partners are required to meet a stringent set of requirements that are based on the needs and priorities of the customers. Through the new integration, both hoteliers and solution providers can access a set of simple APIs and connectors that allow them to innovate and deploy solutions faster and more efficiently.
 
“Oracle collects and stores a wealth of knowledge about hotel guests within Oracle Hospitality Opera, and there are incredible opportunities to unleash new customer value by exposing this data with two-way Hapi connectors,” Hapi CEO Luis Segredo said in a statement. “Hotel companies, as well as solution providers, can develop and deploy innovations, creating new customer value in a fraction of the time.”

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