Travel Tripper certifies AutoClerk PMS interface with RezTrip CRS

Travel Tripper has certified AutoClerk, Inc.'s property management system to interface with Travel Tripper's RezTrip central reservation system. By fully integrating the two systems, hotels can seamlessly manage availability, rates and inventory for the RezTrip CRS through the AutoClerk PMS interface. Reservation delivery from multiple electronic channels, global distribution systems, web, mobile and online travel agencies are also available for those interfaced properties for the first time.

With features such as geographic pricing, and multi-property listing capabilities, Travel Tripper's RezTrip is a revenue generation engine for hotel web sites. The company recently released automated best rate guarantee, a new patent-pending RezTrip feature that integrates metasearch and automatic price matching directly into the booking engine. Conversion rates and RevPAR have increased significantly for hotels that have moved from legacy booking engines to RezTrip.

RezTrip supports unlimited hotel photos, promotions, packages, room types, and add-ons. It is fully integrated with social media and email platforms to allow shoppers to share travel plans with friends and colleagues. The platform also helps recapture lost bookings by emailing potential guests from within the booking engine on behalf of the hotel.

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