Hotelogix gets Local Partner in Thailand; Enhances its ChannelPartner Network with UB Hotel Management ServicesRiddhi
HMS Infotech, makers of Hotelogix, the next-generation cloud-based system for managing small and mid-size hospitality businesses, announced UB Hotel Management Services as their channel partner in Thailand region to resell Hotelogix services. "We have been looking for a business partner in Thailand, someone who is capable to distribute our solutions in this significant market,” says Deepak Chauhan, Director Products, Hotelogix.
Hotelogix is a simple-to-use and easy-to-adapt cloud based property management solution (PMS), offering everything a hospitality business might require to run its daily operations smoothly. With SaaS as a delivery model, the solution is targeted at small and mid-sized hospitality businesses. It covers the full spectrum of hospitality tasks, both in terms of streamlining the internal operations and in enhancing the business to reach higher revenues. “As Thailand primarily depends on tourism for their economy, Hotelogix along with UB will be able to add value by offering a low cost but very comprehensive Hospitality solution,” adds Deepak.
UB Management Services, Managing Director, Mr. Bas Van Straten says, “We have expanded our services with the PMS technology of HMS infotech.” The PMS will be offered in the form of a software as a SaaS model. With this low cost approach UB will be able to add value in the form of revenue management, support the direct sales channel (the hotel’s most profitable channel) and provide secure data storage and up to date technology to the hotel operation.
Today, increasingly, guests are searching and booking hotels over the internet and with Hotelogix’s integrated online reservation system, GDS connect and channel management, hotels will have an ideal tool to update rates and information in real-time with a single click and showcase their individual services via the internet.
Hotelogix had presented at YourStory.in's TECH30 ventures of 2011, which was India's first tech startup benchmark report.