Sydney, August 23, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — SiteMinderThe world’s leading open hotel business platform announced the acquisition of industry-acclaimed hotel hospitality suite GuestJoy, a cloud-based application that enables hoteliers to automate personal, direct and contactless guest interactions during, during and after their stay.
The acquisition, which will be completed this year, follows the April launch of SiteMinder’s next-generation platform – a comprehensive hotel business platform that unifies SiteMinder’s channel management, distribution and booking engine products with real-time market insights, automated payments, website building capabilities and more than 1,500 partners. Integrations for accommodation providers to grow their businesses online. GuestJoy further expands SiteMinder’s robust hotel business offering by enabling hoteliers to automate and digitize their guest interactions, grow revenues and strengthen direct guest acquisition.
Sankar NarayanThe CEO and MD of SiteMinder said the deal to acquire GuestJoy builds on a year of strong organic growth following the company’s IPO in 2021.
“We’re thrilled to announce the acquisition of SiteMinder’s GuestJoy this year. Great technology empowers human connection, and this couldn’t be more true for hotel tech. GuestJoy is a winner in the hotel tech industry with its simple user experience, seamless guest communication functions and integration capabilities, for the modern hotelier.” and deliver a profitable guest experience, while increasing bookings and additional revenue. GuestJoy’s ability to automate and personalize guest interactions enables SiteMinder to deliver a fully integrated user experience for our hotels. As we continue to deliver on our hotel business platform vision.” Sankar Narayan he said.
Since 2014 Strange joy It has earned a strong reputation in the industry for innovative, easy-to-use technology and delivering high ROI to its clients. Hospitality technology innovators Alar Ülem and Annika Ülem founded GuestJoy to address a key unmet need – for hoteliers to connect directly with their guests and make customer value through their property management system easier and faster.
“We know firsthand how distracting and unwieldy technology can be when you’re working hard to deliver a seamless and memorable guest experience. That’s why we set ourselves on a mission to design GuestJoy to be the easiest to use, using data-driven intelligence and automation. We also have seamless, unified technology.” “We know it will transform hotel businesses, and that’s why we’re so proud that GuestJoy will be a siteminder company,” he said.
“SiteMinder is unrivaled in the depth of feature capabilities in hotel technology and the scale of connectivity in the hotel technology market. We can’t wait to join SiteMinder’s vision to bring every hotel into the new era of hotel business by helping hoteliers connect. Make meaning with their guests on every hospitality journey,” said GuestJoy. Co-founder Annika Ülem said.
A SiteMinder partner since 2017, GuestJoy is already part of the SiteMinder ecosystem and will be fully integrated into the SiteMinder hotel business platform after the acquisition is completed this year.
GuestJoy has been helping hoteliers seamlessly digitize, personalize and automate since 2014. In 2021, GuestJoy was named a finalist for Best App Software by Hotel Tech Report, and that same year, 70% of GuestJoy customers were named in TripAdvisor’s Travelers Choice Awards in 23 countries. GuestJoy has been a SiteMinder partner since 2017, with clients across the UK and Europe.
SiteMinder Limited (ASX:SDR) is the world’s leading open hotel business platform, positioned among the technology pioneers to unlock every hotel’s access to online marketing. It’s this central role that has earned SiteMinder the trust of tens of thousands of hotels, in 150 countries, to sell, market, manage and grow their business. Headquartered international company Sydney with offices in Bangkok, Berlin, DallasGalway London And Manilahas registered more than 100 million worth of places 35 billion dollars Revenue for hotels last year before the outbreak. For more information, visit siteminder.com.