São Paulo, Brazil, September 26, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The leading hotel online distribution technology provider, eRevMax, is now offering interfaces with leading channels in South America to provide seamless connectivity to its growing base of customers in the region. Following the integration with CVC, MalaPronta.com and several others, the eRevMax Channel Ecosystem will offer its hotel partners a wide range of options to complement their expansion plans in the Americas.
These new interfaces will allow accommodation providers connected with CVC and MalaPronta.com to make real-time Availability, Rate & Inventory (ARI) updates and receive bookings generated by these channels directly into their property management system via eRevMax solutions. The integration offers hotels better room package promotion, planning and distribution on these channels. It also allows hotels to have optimal control over their inventory while enabling quick time to market and thereby ensuring lead position and improved brand visibility.
“Our integration with eRevMax will help our hotel partners update rates and inventory in our sales channels in real-time, enabling us to bring the best offers to our customers. This integration will also connect us to eRevMax’s Hotel Ecosystem for improving our global inventory supply,” said Cristiane Belotti, On-line Product Manager at CVC.
“This integration is aligned with our commitment to deliver the fastest and most trusted user experience. This will help our hotel partners to further reduce their time to update rates and availabilities while automating reservation delivery directly into their PMS,” said Alicia Ribas, Operations Manager at MalaPronta.com.
Online travel in South America is expected to grow by approximately 25% this year, more than any other region in the world. This growth will be largely driven by the urban domestic customer. Interfacing with new channel partners offer immense opportunities for accommodation providers to get in front of a larger traveller base through eRevMax’s sophisticated real-time channel management technologies, making sure they quickly publish up to the minute availability, rates and inventory for improved online revenues and booking conversion.
eRevMax Channel Ecosystem facilitates high quality, certified connectivity and channel management services to support complex revenue generation strategies. Hotels using the RateTiger channel management product suite and Connect enterprise platform can update a range of rates and availabilities across numerous channels in one step, making them immediately available to customers.
“South America is a growth region for us, and offers tremendous potential with top brands like Brazil Hospitality Group, Harbor, and Bourbon Hotels all using eRevMax state of the art solutions for managing online distribution. Our integration with top channels in South America will result in more efficient rate distribution, enhanced rate optimization and the streamlining of all connections for our hotel partners and improve our portfolio by offering a diverse range of distributors through the eRevMax Channel Ecosystem,” said Greg Berman, Chief Operation Officer, eRevMax International.
eRevMax continues to develop its connectivity solutions to offer sophisticated revenue management functionality to the hospitality industry. The company’s real-time distribution technologies are used by over 20,000 satisfied hotel customers worldwide.
Meet the teams from these leading companies and representatives from eRevMax at ABAV in Sao Paulo, Brazil from 24 to 26 September 2014.
About eRevMax: eRevMax provides next generation online distribution & business intelligence solutions to the hospitality industry. The company’s new offering – LIVE, a responsive web platform, incorporates the RateTiger and Connect products, thus offering detailed Competitor Intelligence & Business Analytics with traditional Channel e-Distribution. Incorporated in 2001, eRevMax helps over 20,000 hotel customers worldwide to increase revenue, streamline business processes and reduce booking acquisition cost.