New Delhi [India], July 2 (ANI / SRV Media): SYSOTEL, a software and technology solutions provider dedicated to the hospitality industry, has entered into a strategic partnership with RMS Clouds, a global leader in hotel management solutions based in Australia.
This partnership opened new avenues for SYSOTEL in India and South East Asia, while strengthening the image of the rising technology company in the hospitality sector.
Although in its nascent phase, SYSOTEL aims to add 1000 Indian hotels as part of the partnership until the end of the year. Additionally, the tech company aims to increase revenues for more than 3,000 hotels worldwide through its flagship product, a smart AI-based revenue management system called SYSIRMS.
Thanks to SYSIRMS, players in the hospitality segment can optimize their revenues, offer dynamic prices, monitor sales procedures and distribute their inventory across all sales channels to increase their profit margins. Moreover, thanks to the platform, hoteliers can also activate contactless guest management using the latest gadgets.
With the rise of technology, the automated revenue management system is steadily infiltrating the traditional hospitality industry with the assurance of generating revenue, enhancing reputation and delivering a superior guest experience.
The AI-powered revenue management system can drive millions of decisions on hundreds of properties by performing analysis on consumer data simultaneously, unlike technically obsolete legacy systems. Thus, SYSIRMS offers a multitude of solutions to hoteliers hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Recognizing the needs of the hospitality industry, SYSOTEL provides various solutions such as hotel booking engine, channel manager, revenue management system, website development, business solutions, solution travel agency, emerging travel agency solutions, central reservation system, reputation management system, etc.
Most of these fast and efficient solutions are powered by AI and supported in the back end by highly trained professionals. As part of system management, most solutions help streamline hotel operations with minimal disruption and higher value on return on investment.
Raj Sahu, CEO of SYSOTEL, said: “We are delighted to partner with RMS Cloud and leverage our technologies to deliver unique offerings to our hospitality customers. We believe the hospitality industry will leap forward after Covid-19 with the help of technology. Therefore, by the end of 2021, we envision the integration of 3,000 hotels on our platform that will deserve our free technology deployment. We have complete technology solutions that allow us to be affordable for mid-size, small or independent hotel operators and as digitalization takes hold in the hospitality industry; We believe our holistic approach and end-to-end solutions will help Indian hotels adapt and transform in a changing time.
SYSOTEL is an entrepreneurial company within the framework of Start-Up India. Launched this year, SYSOTEL aims to help the struggling hotel industry [affected by the prevailing pandemic] increase its productivity and accelerate its recovery. The technology company develops software with a systematic and algometric process to enable high-intensity performance value in relation to the needs of industry and customers; by helping them to move upmarket while retaining their basic offers.
To learn more about SYSOTEL, visit: www.sysotel.com
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