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Jon Inge's 2013 Technology Year in Review - Distribution

01/17/2014
by Jon Inge
Part 5 of 8 - Check back daily for each section of Jon's Technology Year in Review.
(excerpt from full post - 01/09/14 Siegel Sez Newsletter)
 
To read part one: click here
Part two - Mobile
Part three - GMS
Part four - CRS
 
Part 5 - Distribution
     Australia-based SiteMinder had a banner year, being adopted by Silken Hotels (33 hotels), Macdonald Hotels & Resorts (45), Malmaison and Hotel du Vin (26), Secret Retreats Hotels (37), Sun International (30), Hoteles Catalonia (60) and Anantara (24).  MICROS also used Siteminder’s RDX platform as the basis for its Channel Manager in Asia Pacific.
     Showing that even the smallest hotels have a real need to manage their room and rate availability across multiple channels, eRevMax International re-launched its Rate Tiger-based SimpleDistribution entry-level channel management product, and Duetto announced Insight, a version of its revenue management tool targeted at small-scale hotel properties.
About The Author
Jon Inge

Jon Inge and Associates


Jon Inge is an independent consultant specializing in hotel property level technologies. Jon is a regular contributor to Hospitaity Upgrade and writes a bi-monthly technology newsletter covering technology in the hospitality industry that appears on Hotel-Online.com.

 
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