Sweden Hotels Endorses eRevMax as Preferred Channel Manager Partner

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Sweden Hotels, a consortium of privately-owned business properties, has endorsed RateTiger by eRevMax as the preferred channel management supplier for all its affiliated properties.

Founded in 1977, Sweden Hotels has over 60 three-and four-star hotels spread across Sweden all starred under European Hotel Stars Union. Managed independently with properties ranging from 12 to 154 rooms, Sweden Hotels is a part of Supranational Hotels with nearly 800 hotels in 73 countries.

Thanks to eRevMax, Sweden Hotels will now streamline and expand their online distribution through rate shopping, channel management, reservation delivery and guest review management.

RateTiger Channel Manager and Rate Shopper products are amongst the best available in the market for hoteliers who want to retain control of their rates and availability being marketed and sold through various booking channels. The purpose of this strategic partnership is to make it easier for our member hotels to select the most suitable technology solution to find their best match in channel management solutions, said Eva Palmgren, CEO, Sweden Hotels.

eRevMax, a PCI compliant and ISO certified company, offers sophisticated real-time revenue management solutions with Business Intelligence, Availability & Rate Update, Reservation Delivery, Allocation Management and Review Management components built on a single platform for hotels to leverage all aspects of distribution in order to make more informed decisions.

RateTiger, eRevMax, Sweden Hotels, Supranational, Sweden

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