Oaky Named Best Upselling Tool in the 2021 HotelTechAwards

Oaky Has Been Named 2021's #1 Upselling Tool by Hotel Tech Report, for the Fourth Year Running.

Netherlands, Amsterdam, Noord Holland. January 13, 2021

Each month, more than 100,000 hotel industry professionals use HotelTechReport.com to make informed purchasing decisions. The HotelTechAwards determine the best hotel software products across every category based primarily on customer feedback but also key data points integration compatibility, organisational health, partner network strength, and customer support quality.

Reviews from verified users of Oaky highlight features like dynamic room upgrade pricing, their deal library of optimised upsells, and smart personalisation. Customers also widely praised Oaky as being a good investment for sustained incremental revenue generation and as offering stellar customer support.

"Each month Hotel Tech Report helps more than 100,000 hoteliers research and vet technology partners for their properties. Winning a HotelTechAward is the highest achievement in the industry because it's based on real data. Hoteliers trust this award when making purchase decisions because scoring is transparent and participation is ubiquitous amongst the most reputable vendors in the industry," says Jordan Hollander, CEO of Hotel Tech Report.

"We created the HotelTechAwards as a democratized way to help our fellow hoteliers quickly determine best of breed vendors based on data they can trust. The ranking process is simple, transparent, and unbiased--judging is based on time tested ranking factors, publicly available data and crowdsourced insights from verified hoteliers who have hands-on experience with each product."

"The HotelTechAwards means a lot to us because it's a culmination of all the hard work accomplished each year based on real customers sharing real feedback. Having won this award four years in a row makes us so incredibly proud as it solidifies Oaky as the leader in upselling worldwide." Erik Tengen, Co-founder of Oaky

The HotelTechAwards are often referred to as "the Grammys of Hotel Tech" and winners have been selected from more than 200 of the top technology products around the world. The HotelTechAwards are the industry's only data-driven awards platform with winners determined not by a handful of judges or popularity votes but by product reviews from a global community comprised of thousands of verified hotel technology users across more than 120 countries.


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