By Vicky Karantzavelou
NEW YORK – TravelClick, a global provider of innovative, cloud-based and data-driven solutions for hotels to maximize revenue, announced the launch of its new, interactive Booking Engine 4.0, designed to increase conversion and reduce guest abandonment with a transformative new reservation experience.
By Ben Ireland
Hotel revenue management firm TravelClick has announced its new Booking Engine 4.0, which is designed to increase conversion rates and reduce guest abandonment.
By Elliott Mest, Jena Tesse Fox
Donald J. Trump is the 45th President of the United States of America. The average American’s reaction has been far from subdued; poll your personal social media outlets to see equal parts elation and woe, but the hospitality industry is taking a shot at optimism.
By Julie Sickel
"Inconsistent" is how TravelClick sums up the reservation pace at North American hotels in its October review. New bookings for the month overall are down 2.2 percent, and new group bookings are down 8.5 percent from the same time last year. Conversely, average daily rate is growing in 20 of the 25 major North American markets and overall ADR up 0.6 percent for the fourth quarter. "October is now the fifth consecutive month with a weakening new-reservation pace," said TravelClick senior industry analyst John Hach. "There are indications that this emerging trend will continue well into the upcoming year."