IBC now offers payment through Amazon, PayPal

IBC has been selected by MasterKey Alliance as the technology to power its association’s online B2B online marketplace. Photo credit: IBC Hospitality Technologies

IBC Hospitality Technologies has completed integration between IBC’s proprietary software and mobile payment providers Amazon Pay and PayPal. The company also has been selected by MasterKey Alliance as the technology to power its association’s online business-to-business online marketplace. As the industry’s only all-accommodation association, MasterKey will use IBC Hospitality Technologies to power its coalition of independently owned and operated corporate housing, vacation rentals, serviced apartments and independent hotels.
IBC, an Obasa Hospitality company, is one of the largest lodging B2B and business-to-consumer hospitality software and services providers globally. Its technology platform includes a central-reservations system, a booking engine, online revenue generation, a patent-pending guest loyalty program, marketing services, a preferred partner network and more.
“2018 will be a monumental year for IBC Hospitality Technologies,” IBC founder and COO Pamela Barnhill said in a statement. “Having our technologies powering the MasterKey Alliance speaks volumes to the robustness and flexibility of our solutions designed specifically for independently-owned and operated lodging accommodations around the world. Recent integration to Amazon Pay and PayPal is giving travelers more choices in mobile payment methods. Through these programs and many more, IBC is continuing to drive value to its members.”

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