New Partnership Between D-EDGE & RMS Cloud

Integrated Platform to Expand Online Distribution

Singapore, Singapore City. November 12, 2020

D-EDGE Hospitality Solutions, a SaaS company offering leading-edge cloud-based e-commerce solutions has teamed up with RMS Cloud, a globally renowned software company to provide two-way seamless connectivity enhancing the hotel's technology infrastructure and efficiency.

The integration of these two systems allows hotels the full capability to smoothly manage availability, rates and reservations. Hoteliers can enjoy operational efficiency and control rate parity all through one system.

"Partnering with RMS Cloud, an Australian company is an additional important step to provide D-EDGE's state-of-the-art platform to Australia & New Zealand based hotels and to grow our footprint in these markets" said Christine Tan, Managing Director, Asia Pacific for D-EDGE Hospitality Solutions.

"Being a leading e-commerce player, we strive to address the ever-changing business needs. This partnership will also allow our joint clients to broaden their online distribution strategy and balance their distribution mix," she added.

"Our partnership with D-EDGE is an important step in enhancing our ability to deliver tailored property management solutions to both growing and established properties within the Asia Pacific and Europe," says Peter Ferris, Director of Global Sales and Marketing at RMS Cloud.

"This is an exciting integration for our clients across the globe, with the ability to boost their use of the RMS platform with D-EDGE's data intelligence, digital media and guest-management features. Pairing D-Edge's similarly advanced technology solutions will give them access to a high level of efficiency for their property or group business operations," added Peter.


Tags: D-EDGE, connectivity, PMS, partnership, seamless connectivity

About D-EDGE Hospitality Solutions

Media Contact:

Yin Wong
Marketing & Communications Director, Asia Pacific
D-EDGE Hospitality Solutions
T: +65 97904185
E: yywong@d-edge.com
W: http://www.d-edge.com

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