Tech: California's Revinate launches in the region

San Francisco-based guest management programme comes to the Middle East

Revinate co-founder and CEO, Jay Ashton
Revinate co-founder and CEO, Jay Ashton

Data San Francisco-based technology company Revinate has launched its inGuest programme in the Middle East.

The system brings together reservation (PMS) data and stay histories, with preferences, social media activity, and guest feedback, to offer comprehensive guest profiles on a single platform.

The information will then help hotels engage with their guests more effectively before, during, and after their stays, increasing guest satisfaction and revenue.

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Revinate co-founder and CEO Jay Ashton said: “In today’s increasingly cluttered marketplace, guest data is a powerful tool that helps hoteliers stand out and develop deep and lasting relationships with their guests.

“inGuest’s rich guest profiles give hoteliers unprecedented access to guest data and the marketing automation tools they need to create a unique experience, opening up new revenue streams and increasing guest satisfaction through the entire lifecycle.”

Revinate has officers in New York, Amsterdam, Dubai, Sydney, Singapore, Barcelona, and Cape Town, The company has supplied its programme to more than 24,000 hotels in over 190 countries.

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