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Premier Inn India Upgrades to RTSuite 3.0

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With the continued growth in online bookings, Premier Inn India has upgraded from the web-based SimpleDistribution channel manager to the more sophisticated RateTiger RTSuite to better manage different aspects of distribution to maximize online reach and revenue.

The group uses the new RTSuite 3.0 to centrally manage room rates and availability in real-time across more than 10 connected Online Travel Agents (OTAs).

Vikrant Sharma, Revenue Manager at Premier Inn India, said, RateTiger is a pioneer in the hotel channel management space. We have seen our online bookings improve to represent over 20% of all bookings for both the properties over the last two years. This has been a result of placing immediate rate and inventory updates and adding new promotions through RateTiger efficiently. We can make quick rate decisions and implement them immediately without having to call the OTAs or going through any laborious update process.

Further, RateTiger regularly upgrades its technology to make it even more valuable to us - the new version, RTSuite 3.0, is a classic example of their innovation the fresh design of the dashboard is easy to navigate and pleasant to work on, while the updates and alerts are really very useful, Sharma added.

Premier Inn has two operational properties in India Premier Inn, Bangalore, Whitefield and Premier Inn, New Delhi, Shalimar Bagh. The group will soon open three more properties in India Pune, Goa and Chennai.

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