Wyndham completes La Quinta systems migration

Wyndham is proving that diversification pays off as it integrates AmericInn into its system, spins off its two core business units and finalizes the acquisition of La Quinta Holdings.
Sabre will continue to work with Wyndham Hotels & Resorts to execute the next iteration of the SynXis platform. Photo credit: La Quinta Holdings

La Quinta by Wyndham properties have successfully migrated to the Sabre Hospitality Solutions SynXis platform. The migration involved the simultaneous transition of La Quinta’s reservations software and property-management system for more than 900 hotels, resulting in one of the largest same-day systems migrations.
 
With the move, La Quinta joins Wyndham Hotel & Resorts’ 19 other hotel brands on Sabre’s SynXis platform, with all properties now operating on the platform’s central-reservation systems and call-center products, and the majority now operating on its property-management system. In coordination with the migration, Wyndham also welcomed La Quinta’s more than 900 hotels to its loyalty program, Wyndham Rewards.
 
"This monumental transition to Sabre’s state-of-the-art platform affords our La Quinta franchisees increased stability, security and global distribution capability,” Wyndham Hotels & Resorts President/CEO Geoff Ballotti said in a statement. “We are confident that the successful systems migration to the SynXis platform, just under a year after acquiring La Quinta, will help us deliver on expected synergies and drive added value to our franchisees.”
 
La Quinta hotels join the more than 40,000 hotels, resorts, and chains spanning 160 countries that are using Sabre Hospitality Solutions’ technology for distribution, reservations, property management, retailing and guest experience.

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