Tripleseat integrates with Janus Displays

Tripleseat features include online leads capturing, full CRM capabilities and creating online documents like banquet event orders. Photo credit: Tripleseat

Tripleseat has partnered with Janus Displays for digital signage integration. Janus Displays will assist hotel and restaurant managers using Tripleseat with customer experience and event planning initiatives. The partnership permits Tripleseat to continually expand its customer base by introducing the company to Janus' established list of partnered hotels and venues.

"Our team works hard to make our customers' jobs as easy as possible, [and] in partnering with Janus, we will make booking and planning group events for hotel and restaurant sales managers seamless and enable restaurants, hotels and unique venues to increase their sales,” CEO/founder Jonathan Morse said in a statement.

The Janus Displays product line offers customers the ability to strengthen communication and engagement with guests and visitors via animated, interactive displays of event listings, wayfinding tools, local maps, weather information, dining reservations, flight status/check-in information, menu boards, advertising, directories, emergency messaging and more.

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Tripleseat is a sales and event-management web application for hotels, restaurants and unique venues that increases event sales and streamlines the planning process. Some Tripleseat features include online leads capturing; full customer-relationship-management capabilities; creation of online documents like banquet event orders, contracts and proposals; online payments; and business-intelligence reporting.

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