Hotelogix, a leading cloud-based Hotel Property Management System provider has announced its participation in ITB Berlin, 2018 from 7th to 11th March. The company aims to showcase its enterprise grade cloud-based Hotel Property Management System along with the recently launched Mobile Hotel App during this event at Stand No – 159, Hall No – 6.1.
ITB Berlin is considered as the world’s leading travel trade show. With thousands of professionals from accommodation providers to hospitality technology vendors attending this mega event, ITB Berlin has become a massive knowledge-sharing platform.
Expressing his views on this, Prabhash Bhatnagar, Founder at Hotelogix said, “We are excited to be a part of the most awaited trade fair for the travel industry, world-wide. This is the right platform for a global hospitality technology player like us to showcase our enterprise grade on-cloud Hotel PMS and Mobile Hotel App. Through our smart solutions, we want to help hoteliers across the globe to grow booking revenues, improve bottom-line, enhance online reputation, and most importantly to augment guest experience.”
According to Prabhash, cost-effective pricing, speed of deployment and scalability, seamless integration with a host of third-party solutions, and ease of managing multiple properties from one place are some of the USPs of today’s cloud-based hotel PMS.
Stressing his views on the emergence of cloud-based Hotel PMS, Aditya Sanghi, Co-founder & CEO at Hotelogix said, “The impact of cloud-based PMS on global hotel industry is huge. With hoteliers expected to invest around 7% – 8% more in them in next 2-3 years, the adoption rate of this PMS is set to grow. I look forward to interacting with who’s who of hospitality industry at the event, especially because Europe is an important market for us.”
Pre-book a slot for a meeting with our top management, at ITB Berlin, Hall 6.1 – Stand No. 159, 7-11 March 2018 and stand a chance to win a FREE 6-month usage of the mobile app.
The article was originally published on HospitalityNet