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WORLDHOTELS Partners Leading Technology Providers

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Monday, 10 November 2008

WORLDHOTELS has signed new technology deals with Micros Opera, IDeaS and Amadeus Tour Market. The partnerships are designed to optimise revenue and profitability for its almost 500 properties and further increase their competitive advantages.

WORLDHOTELS negotiated a preferred partnership with Micros Systems, enabling its affiliate hotels to obtain the Opera Property Management System (PMS) at a special discounted rate. The state-of-the-art PMS offers multilingual, multicurrency solutions that are both flexible and scalable. The computerized system can manage guest bookings, online reservations, point of sale, telephone and other amenities.

In addition, WORLDHOTELS selected IDeaS Revenue Optimization, a provider of hospitality revenue optimization solutions, as its exclusive revenue management partner. As such, IDeaS will provide its services to WORLDHOTELS affiliate hotels at preferred discounted rates.  The IDeaS next generation ASP system simplifies and optimises revenue management by analysing reservations, providing demand forecasts and generating decisions, as well pricing recommendations for future dates based on historical data and market trends.

WORLDHOTELS has also linked with Amadeus Tour Market, a leading booking engine in the German-speaking tour operator and leisure travel market. As a result of this partnership, WORLDHOTELS properties can be accessed and booked by up to 45,000 Amadeus-licensed travel agents in Germany.

Asia-Pacific is currently the fastest growing region for WORLDHOTELS, with year on year growth of 35%, including significant growth in the luxury travel segment. Worldwide, the company represents almost 500 member properties in more than 300 destinations and 70 countries.

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