Jurny Partners With Airbnb to Automate Short-Term Rental Management

First-Of-Its-Kind Integration Allows Hosts to Onboard in a Single Click; Automate Reviews End-To-End; Confirm, Alter or Cancel Reservations; Manage Disputes and More from a Single, Ai-Powered Dashboard

USA, Los Angeles, California. June 30, 2023

Jurny, ​​the leading AI-powered hospitality solution for the automation of short-term rental management, today announced its enhanced integration with Airbnb and numerous industry-first guest communication, review, and reservation management features. With the help of Jurny's advanced GPT-4 powered tools, hosts can now experience the industry's most robust one-click setup and effortlessly manage any number of Airbnb listings directly from Jurny's centralized dashboard.

"Jurny was born out of a desire to create a powerful, easy-to-use tool that would address the challenges faced by hospitality businesses, from small Airbnb management companies to large-scale vacation rental companies," said Luca Zambello, Jurny co-founder and CEO. "Our platform harnesses the power of AI and automation to simplify daily tasks, optimize resources, and streamline operations, ultimately leading to enhanced guest experiences and increased revenue for our clients and partners."

Now, hosts using Jurny's free property management system (PMS) or any of its subscription tiers can seamlessly connect with their Airbnb account in seconds, importing everything from individual user settings to full property profiles. Once connected, hosts never have to leave the Jurny platform again, eliminating the need to toggle between multiple websites and tabs.

Key Airbnb Management Features Within Jurny Include:

  • Intelligent 24/7 Guest Communications and FAQs Powered by GPT4: Provide efficient and responsive guest support around the clock. Jurny's next-level virtual assistant, Nia, can handle full conversations with guests and is more accurate at many tasks than the average human agent.

  • Effortless Reservation Management: Easily confirm, alter or cancel reservations in seconds. Nia prevents booking conflicts and ensures guests' needs are met at every step of the journey.

  • Automated Review Management: Ensure guests' voices are heard and concerns are addressed promptly and professionally. Nia can automatically respond to reviews and will also proactively prompt happy guests to leave positive reviews, strengthening overall trust and marketability.

  • Rapid Resolution Management: Manage every aspect of the resolution process directly from Jurny's platform. In addition, hosts will soon be able to utilize Nia to achieve optimal conflict resolution, quickly and efficiently automatically.

This announcement comes on the heels of the successful launch of Jurny's most advanced operating system to date, JurnyOS 2.0, which saw its user base grow by over 100% in less than a month.

For more information about Jurny and to try the new AI tools and Airbnb integration for free, visit Jurny.com.

Luca Zambello, CEO & Co-Founder of AI Hospitality Tech Company, Jurny
Tags: boutique hotel, airbnb, vacation rental, pms, property management, property rental, AI, technology

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