Calgary, AB — April 17, 2012 — World Web Technologies Inc. (WWT) is pleased to announce a new interface between its Cloud-based property management system, WebRezPro™ (WRP), and Booking.com, a leading global online hotel reservations agency. WRP’s connection with Booking.com allows hotels and other accommodation types to effortlessly manage room availability and rates on Booking.com directly through their WebRezPro property management system.
WRP has been working with Booking.com to establish a fully-certified interface that saves hotels significant time and effort managing their Booking.com inventory. “Through the Booking.com interface, WRP automatically synchronizes reservations made through Booking.com with reservations data in WRP. Hotels no longer need to manage this process manually. It’s going to save hotel staff a lot of time and effort,” said Frank Verhagen, President of WWT.
“We are proud to offer our clients an interface with such a major online agency. The WRP-Booking.com interface allows hotels increased global exposure with minimal effort,” commented Verhagen.
Established in 1996, Booking.com™ is the world’s leading online hotel reservations agency by room nights sold. Guaranteeing the best rates for any type of property, Booking.com attracts more than 30 million website visitors every month. Booking.com is owned and operated by Priceline.com and offers over 200,000 hotels in 165 countries and is available in 41 languages.
WebRezPro is a powerful and cost-effective Cloud-based property management system designed to meet the needs of single independent hotels as well as hotel groups and chains. WebRezPro offers all the features of a traditional PMS such as integrated accounting, GDS connectivity and multiple interfaces, as well as advantages unique to Cloud-based systems, including remote accessibility, integrated Web and mobile reservations and automatic data back-up. WebRezPro is a product of World Web Technologies Inc., a pioneering Internet marketing and software company for the tourism and hospitality industries since 1994.
For more information, contact:
Janie Agar, Director of Sales & Marketing
World Web Technologies Inc.
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