Hotel-Online – TravelClick Announces New Partnership With SEH United Hoteliers

Eric Oppegaard

TravelClick, a leading global provider of data and revenue-generating solutions for hoteliers, today announced the Company’s new partnership with SEH United Hoteliers, Europe’s very first multi-brand hotel cooperative, to better connect its hotel customers around the world with a full range of digital services, all on one platform. SEH has over 600 properties overall, which is equivalent to about 23,000 rooms. TravelClick developed a tailor-made solution fully adapted to all the needs of SEH United Hoteliers, the European leader in the independent hotel industry.

Through this partnership, SEH will equip hoteliers with the following flexible, integrated services from TravelClick:

  • iHotelier Central Reservations System (CRS) – Includes a complete booking engine, connects to multiple distribution channels and enables hoteliers to manage availability, rates, customer loyalty and inventory from a single point of entry
  • Guest Management Solutions (GMS) – Gives hoteliers a comprehensive suite of CRM and marketing automation tools to better engage guests and build loyalty / drive repeat business
  • Web and Video Solutions – Allows hoteliers to create responsive websites and boost their online presence to drive more bookings and increase revenue
  • Agency360 – As the only comprehensive database of agency bookings on the market, helps hoteliers shift share from competitors using its powerful data to improve performance
  • Rate360 – Enables hoteliers to check out all aspects of the market and optimize their pricing strategies accordingly

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