Revinate, protel form technology partnership

The new API delivers PMS data more efficiently to Revinate users. Photo credit: Revinate

Integration between platforms will enable protel’s on-site and cloud-based clients to leverage Revinate’s marketing automation and post-stay survey solutions via the enterprise bus solution, protel.I/O.

The HTNG-standardized and efficient integration of these platforms will help protel customers get the most out of their property-management system data, resulting in increased direct bookings and guest engagement.

“Protel’s commitment to simplicity and ease-of-use really hit home with us,” Revinate Chief Product Officer Dan Hang said in a statement. “We believe protel customers will fully appreciate the value proposition of our marketing automation and survey solutions as Revinate’s products are equally intuitive and user-friendly.”

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The integration includes the following benefits:

  • Real-time data insights: The new API delivers PMS data more efficiently to Revinate users.
  • Additional data fields: More data fields can be selected for improved database segmentation.
  • Fast deployment: protel customers can connect to Revinate with ease.
  • Improved data quality: A robust interface will minimize data-transfer failures.

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