Travel Tripper's CRS now interfaces with PAR Springer-Miller's PMS

PAR Springer-Miller's SMS|Host property-management system is now certified to interface with Travel Tripper's central-reservation system. By fully integrating the two systems, hotels can now seamlessly manage availability, rates, billing and inventory.

With features such as geographic pricing, automated best rate guarantee, and multiproperty listing capabilities, Travel Tripper's CRS and booking engine is a leader in helping hotels maximize direct bookings. Conversion rates and revenue have increased significantly for hotels that have moved from legacy booking engines to Travel Tripper.

PAR Springer-Miller Systems' SMS|Host, Hospitality Management System includes 20 fully integrated modules with flexibility to fit the diverse technology needs of hotels and resorts. SMS|Host includes SMS|Touch POS, recreation management, timeshare/condo management, online booking and more modules. Integrating these operations into SMS |Host allows hotels and resorts to deliver exceptional guest service.

Virtual Roundtable

Post COVID-19: The New Guest Experience

Join Hotel Management’s Elaine Simon for our latest roundtable—Post COVID-19: The New Guest Experience. The experts on the panel will share how to inspire guest confidence that hotels are safe and clean and how to win back guest business.

Travel Tripper's CRS 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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