Worldhotels renews technology agreement with Leonardo

Leonardo Worldwide Corp. and Worldhotels, one of the global groups for independent upscale hotels, have renewed their partnership to enhance the display of Worldhotels' visual media on the group's desktop and mobile versions of worldhotels.com.

Worldhotels and Leonardo have worked together for many years for the visual content management and distribution of media to travel channels including GDS (global distribution system) and IDS (Internet distribution system) networks in Leonardo's VNetwork. With Leonardo's multi-media display technology, Worldhotels is ensured the visual content displayed on worldhotels.com and all channels is consistent.

The automatic advanced device, bandwidth and browser detection built-in to the multi-media display technology on worldhotels.com ensures that visitors always see media fully optimized for the browser.

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Worldhotels required a display solution that was easy to implement and maintain. Leonardo's Multi-Media Display Galleries are just that as they integrate easily into the website using simple java script.

Worldhotels' VScape interface is directly connected with Leonardo's hotel property level online merchandising solution, VBrochure. Worldhotels that subscribe to the ultra-premium version of the product benefit from being able to display additional media and customized text and tabs in its multi-media display gallery on worldhotels.com.

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