HotelKey, a cloud-based property management platform for hotels, has partnered with RateGain Travel Technologies Ltd., a global provider of SaaS solutions for travel and hospitality, to integrate RateGain’s global distribution, central reservations and pricing capabilities into HotelKey’s PMS platform. The integration will roll out across HotelKey’s portfolio of more than 4,000 properties, with hundreds of properties already accessing the combined capabilities.
Aditya Thyagarajan, cofounder/president, HotelKey said, “RateGain is an unparalleled innovator, and bringing their revenue-generating capabilities to HotelKey’s intuitive property management system is a huge plus for hotel owners and operators. We look forward to accelerating our partnership in the months ahead.”
Through the collaboration, hotels on the will see RateGain’s pricing and distribution tools on the HotelKey platform. This will enable hoteliers to save time and achieve efficiencies, making better distribution decisions faster and, ultimately, saving money, as well as building revenue.
“RateGain’s mission is to generate more Irevenue every day for hotels, and we are delighted now to include hotels on the HotelKey platform among our partners,” said Chinmai Sharma, president, Americas, RateGain. “The HotelKey-RateGain partnership moves in the direction of providing a one-stop shop for hoteliers looking for better ways to run their properties, train their employees and maximize pricing, distribution and revenue.”
Along with other benefits, HotelKey and RateGain’s mobile-first API integration provides hoteliers with a seamless transition to the new offering, with each property gaining access to real-time inventory management and efficient oversight of third-party distribution and price parity across channels.
RateGain’s platform is designed to help hoteliers grow revenues by improving pricing, generating more bookings and optimizing conversions across distribution channels, according to the company. RateGain works with 23 of the industry’s top 30 hotel chains, and powers more than 191,000 hotels.