MyCheck Mobility achieves Oracle-validated integration

MyCheck Mobility

MyCheck has achieved Oracle-validated integration of its MyWallet and front-desk widget solutions with Oracle Hospitality’s Opera 5 property system. To achieve Oracle validated integration, Oracle partners are required to meet a stringent set of requirements to ensure solutions successfully and reliably meet the needs and priorities of the customers.

With MyWallet integrated to Opera v5, as a “master” mobile wallet, MyWallet enables guests to store multiple payment types, plus traditional credit cards, debit cards and pre-paid cards. With the front desk widget integrated to Opera v5, guests can view their hotel reservations, choose a room type, upgrade room types, check in remotely, view the folio, check out remotely, and change their payment types on the fly.

“Achieving Oracle-validated integration gives our customers confidence that the integration between MyCheck v1.2 and Oracle Hospitality’s Opera 5 property system is functionally sound and performs as tested,” said David Hicks, VP, worldwide ISV, OEM and Java business development, Oracle. “For solutions deployed on-premises, in the cloud, or both, Oracle validated integration applies a rigorous technical review and test process that helps to reduce deployment risk and improves the user experience of the partner’s integrated offering.”

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A key reason why hotels need to add a mobile payment platform with master digital wallet to their mobile apps is because it’s what the next generation of traveler will demand. In the not-so-distant future, millennials will only communicate via mobile device because they are unwilling to stand in lines for anything, including checking in/out and making face-to-face service requests.