Private-equity firm invests $44M in Intelity

The Intelity platform includes more than 120 certified, discrete integrations and technology partnerships. Photo credit: Intelity

Intelity has secured a $44 million investment from Philadelphia-based private equity firm LLR Partners. LLR’s investment validates Intelity’s success and the impact it has had on the hospitality technology industry, the company said. This partnership also sets Intelity up to further its mission to provide customers with the most direct and advanced connection to their guests, while also supporting back-of-house operations and business intelligence. Intelity merged with Keypr in 2018.

The platform includes more than 120 certified, discrete integrations and technology partnerships that reduce the friction hotel operators experience when incorporating new technologies. In a single platform, Intelity provides management teams with comprehensive tools that allow them to better track and manage all activity between guests and staff.

“Since inception, Intelity has focused on one thing—improving the guest experience for travelers while offering hoteliers increased operational efficiencies and revenue-generation opportunities. This investment allows our company the opportunity to further develop our technology and continue to expand our global presence while maintaining that same focus,” President and COO David Adelson said in a statement. 

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