Marriott International Selects TravelClick for Business Intelligence, Rate Shopping, and Travel Agent GDS Advertising - Amadeus

Marriott International Selects TravelClick for Business Intelligence, Rate Shopping, and Travel Agent GDS Advertising

Anna Ransom

Marriott International Selects TravelClick for Business Intelligence and Travel Agent GDS Advertising

TravelClick, an Amadeus company, and Marriott International, Inc. have expanded their strategic relationship. As part of this agreement, Marriott will increase its use of TravelClick’s Agency360®, Rate360®, and Travel Agent Global Distribution System (GDS) Advertising.

“At Marriott, we are committed to giving our properties the tools and information they need to increase revenue and profitability and TravelClick helps us do that.”
– Drew Pinto, Senior Vice President, Distribution & Revenue Strategy, Marriott

TravelClick is pleased to partner with Marriott to bring the leading business intelligence and unmatched GDS advertising capabilities to Marriott properties across the globe, enabling them to increase RevPAR and Travel Agent bookings.

In today’s increasingly competitive market, hoteliers need to take advantage of every available opportunity to maximize occupancy and rates while strategically targeting the agents booking rooms in their area. With visibility into past and future reservations and performance trends over time, hoteliers can establish the best strategy for their business to ensure continued success.

Today’s leading hoteliers are combining the power of business intelligence with their GDS advertising strategy to stay ahead of the competition.

Read the full press release from TravelClick.

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