Tripleseat launches new booking-process features

The new features allow hotels to track everything with clients and staff without having to use different software products or web applications. Photo credit: Tripleseat

Tripleseat launch of new features specifically designed for hotels to streamline the booking process and increase sales. Tripleseat’s hotel features now include several new key functionalities to the event-management platform including the ability to book group business in one or hundreds of hotels, manage event and guestroom blocks easily, and access a flexible and dynamic sales and customer-relationship-management platform. 

Some of the notable features are: 

  • Guestroom control: A way for hotel sales managers to seamlessly manage sleeping room blocks in one or many hotels.
  • Extensive reporting: Generate custom reports, discover your top revenue-generating customers, get deeper insights into your event business, and create sales and financial reports.
  • An all-in-one web-based platform: Track everything with clients and staff without having to use different software products or web applications, and book on the go, using any web-enabled device like a laptop, smartphone, or tablet.

“When it comes to selling and managing group business, hotels do things differently than our restaurants customers,” Tripleseat Founder and CEO Jonathan Morse said in a statement. “We developed these new features specifically with hotels in mind. Tripleseat is a complete web-based sales and event-management application that is simple to use and will help hotels increase their group business sales.”

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