The Week, That Was – April 2019 Week 4

In five minutes or less, keep track of the most important news of the week, curated just for you. We present to you hand – picked news on latest industry perspectives and some general updates. Read on!!

Upscale hotel in Dubai recommends RateTiger, powered by LiveOS

Dubai based Golden Tulip Media Hotel, has recommended eRevMax distribution solutions for smooth and seamless connectivity with all its online sales channels. The property, which has been using RTConnect – the XML gateway for online distribution, has increased its market penetration resulting in revenue and occupancy growth.


Top Tech Trends for Driving Your Hotel Revenue

With the constant evolution of technology and new trends coming and going, its important for hotels to keep a track of what is happening around them. Knowing the impact of new technology and how it can affect revenue is key to running any business successfully today. The same applies to the travel and hospitality sector which is one of the most dynamic industries today. Given the huge dependence on guest behavior, hoteliers need to know how to influence key decision makers and be visible at every key touch point. Here are some upcoming trends that we feel will have an impact on the industry and hoteliers should take notice and prepare well in advance.

Behind Airbnb’s bet on show business to hook travelers

Airbnb has ambitions to develop a slate of original shows to whet customers’ appetite for travel. The strategy is crucial for the company, which is privately valued at $31 billion and is gearing up for an initial public offering of stock expected next year.

Oracle: Mobile is key to boosting hotel guest experiences

A whopping 91 percent of hotel executives surveyed by Oracle said mobile technologies are critical to improving guest experience and cultivating loyalty. But only 69 percent were confident in their organization’s ability to adopt and deliver those mobile experiences.

 Google updates qualified rates in hotel ads on desktop

A qualified rate is a type of fenced rate that is shown to the user when a reduced loyalty program price is available through the property’s official site.

Google’s newest desktop user interface features the caption “GET PRICE” in all-caps, a larger font size, and in an eye-catching traffic-light green color.

 Google’s Touring Bird plots big expansion of tours and activities service

Touring Bird is expanding its coverage of tours and activities in cities around the world by a magnitude of 10X.

The massive jump from its official launch number of 20 in September 2018 to 200 this week comes almost a year to the day since the Google Area 120-run search engine was first tested in the open market.

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