SkyTouch integrates with TravelClick’s iHotelier CRS

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SkyTouch Technology’s connection with TravelClick empowers hoteliers to increase bookings by efficiently managing availability, rates, inventory and restrictions. Photo credit: SkyTouch Technology

SkyTouch Technology has interfaced with TravelClick, a cloud-based and data-driven solutions software. The integration enables properties to use the iHotelier central-reservation system and the SkyTouch hotel operations platform collectively. Using both systems provides a data-centric approach to attract the right guests at the right price, increase conversion and maintain guest relationships.

“Partnering with TravelClick has streamlined the revenue-management experience for hotels that rely on SkyTouch and TravelClick,” Doug Hogan, Skytouch's VP of business operations, global sales and marketing said in a statement. “This connection is a shining example of how fast we are moving as a company. We went from initial discussions with TravelClick to a seamless integration within a couple of months.”

Matt Vice, VP of reservations solutions and global connectivity, TravelClick, added: “Hotels that utilize both SkyTouch Technology and iHotelier can now leverage our partnership to increase reservations and ensure reliability and flexibility in their PMS. By automating this process, hotels can automate efficiencies and focus on driving direct bookings and revenue.”

SkyTouch Technology’s connection with TravelClick empowers hoteliers to increase bookings by efficiently managing availability, rates, inventory and restrictions across all online travel agency channels as well as increase guest loyalty through customized marketing automation. iHotelier is designed to help users grow revenue, reduce costs and improve overall business performance.

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