Expedia has introduced the PartnerCentral App for iPhone and Android.
This mobile app is touted as a new way to help hoteliers manage their business on Expedia anytime, anywhere, and was created to help solve the everyday problems hoteliers face in an increasingly fast-paced and competitive world.
The Expedia PartnerCentral app experience is designed to provide Expedia hotel partners with easy to use tools and actionable insights at their fingertips, affording busy hoteliers the ability to stay on top of reservations with up-to-the-minute booking information and notifications.
The app also allows hoteliers to receive real time alerts and insights on events taking place in their markets with the new Activity Feed, and view and reply to guest Real-Time Feedback during their stay.
“The Expedia PartnerCentral app was designed to complement the online website experience for hoteliers on the go,” said Benoit Jolin, vice president global product, Expedia Lodging Partner Services.
“We aim to provide our partners with the information they need exactly when they need it, and the ability to quickly and easily take action.
“We are continuously improving the app experience taking into account both hotelier feedback and monitoring interactions to provide the best possible user experience.”
The app is free for download in the US, Canadian, UK, Ireland, Australian and New Zealand marketplaces for the Apple App Store and Google play.
The app requires an iPhone running iOS 7 or higher, or an Android phone running OS 4.0.3 or higher and is expected to roll out globally throughout the remainder of 2015 and into early 2016.
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