“MICROS hotel customers now have access to a communication platform that starts with the Booking Engine, through merchandising the hotels’ products to the management & business intelligence produced by B4Feedback’s comment card product.
Halifax, N.S. (Vocus/PRWEB) April 01, 2011
B4Checkin Limited, the Nova Scotia owned and operated company who developed a state-of-the-art online hotel booking engine, is pleased to announce that it has completed the MICROS OPERA Certification process. MICROS-Fidelio, the largest developer of hospitality technology solutions in the world, certified the interface between B4Checkin and the MICROS OPERA Property Management System.
This 2-way interface solution enables the hotel to manage its rates, inventory and availability from the OPERA enterprise application and receive reservations directly into its hotel system. This interface will also interact with B4Checkin’s customer feedback system.
This interface allows hotels to generate additional revenue from their own website and to automate the process flow between hotel’s website and the hotel systems.
“MICROS hotel customers now have access to a communication platform that starts with the Booking Engine, through merchandising the hotels’ products to the management & business intelligence produced by B4Feedback’s comment card product. The integration between OPERA and B4Checkin completely automates and streamlines online distribution, thereby sparing hotels the need of manual updates of their most cost effective channel,” stated Saar Fabrikant, President & CEO, B4Checkin.
B4Checkin, a Halifax, Nova Scotia based IT Company started in 2006, provides on-demand, fully-hosted software products and services that help independent hotels, motels, resorts, inns and vacation rental properties manage online sales and guest satisfaction measurement. The company’s flagship product is the online reservation booking engine B4checkin and new to the market is B4Feedback, a state-of-the-art guest satisfaction tracking tool. B4Checkin’s products are currently utilized by a variety of hotel properties in Canada, the United States and the Caribbean.