RateTiger Launches RTConnect Version 3.5 at HITEC 2011

  • eRevMax
  • 06.17.11
RateTiger has announced the availability of RTConnect v.3.5 at the leading annual hospitality technology event.

During HITEC 2011, RateTiger will be releasing the new version of the premium XML gateway. The enhancements have been made in response to detailed operational and revenue strategies and customer demands in the evolving sales landscape. RTConnect v.3.5 has increased its bi-directional rate and inventory connectivity to more than 750 global sales channels worldwide and provides new functionality for content and online guest review management.

RTConnect now allows the exchange of content, shopping, strategy, availability, rates, restrictions, guest reviews and bookings data. The XML gateway is and has been a solid partner for central reservation systems (CRS), property management systems (PMS), booking engines and revenue management systems (RMS). It provides ultimate flexibility and eliminates time-consuming, error-prone manual processes for hotel properties.

“RTConnect saves system providers significant development time. With one connection they can enable their customer hotels to manage all facets of distribution. This is a huge time saver for the hotels and our technology partners” said Ragnar Strerath, division president – RTConnect, RateTiger. “We have been continually developing the capabilities of our XML gateway to offer a premium product while meeting the changing demands of sales strategies and online distribution processes. RTConnect will help companies expand their product offering through seamless intelligent connections.”

RateTiger has been developing its distribution network and the connectivity opportunities for data transfers for nearly 10 years. Discover more about RTConnect at HITEC 2011, Stand 215.




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