Mapping that really works
Market leading hotel mapping
Imagine there is a 4-star hotel in London and it can be represented by over 80 suppliers with over 120 different booking codes on average. How do you ensure you are selling unique hotel inventory to your end users? If your inventory is not consistently and accurately displayed to the travelers, no wonder your customers and bookings are few and far between. One strategy that will help you solve such problems is to intelligently map and manage your hotel portfolio. Since 1998 the GIATA code, already identifying more than one million properties, has been recognised as the standard property identifier for GDS, CRS, OTAs, travel agencies, tour operators, DMCs and other international key industry players.
We map room types with an algorithmic approach
No matter the size of your company, the challenges of a lack of standards in the way rooms are described are well known in the industry and have long been considered unsolvable. Since each provider names their room types differently, how do you offer your customers a wider choice of hotel rooms at the most competitive price? Until now the industry was working with the traditional room mapping method which is neither efficient nor sustainable. We trust in our idea of a dynamic solution for a dynamic environment assuring the most flexible approach for maximum coverage during each new hotel search.
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