NetPax Added to Pyton Leisure Portal as Channel Manager

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NetPax has been added to the Pyton Leisure Portal as a channel manager. NetPax develops software that connects professional property managers and tour operators and synchronizes bookings, content, prices and availability via all 300 channels. The network of NetPax consists of more than 300,000 accommodations and is continuously growing. The cooperation between NetPax and Pyton gives clients of Pyton access to a large amount of new professional property managers that will now be available via the Pyton Leisure Portal. 

The first property managers that are available via the NextPax connection in the Pyton Leisure Portal are Roompot Holidays and Hogenboom Holiday Parks. Together, the two property managers make up for more than 500,000 bookings per year. Roompot Holidays' inventory is internationally oriented while Hogenbook Holiday Park has an extensive Dutch inventory. The brands combined hold 200 bungalow parks and 23 campsites throughout France, the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium

Additionally, as of the beginning of April, NetPax added four new channels including

  • E-domizil: A network of more than 4,000 websites worldwide
  • Travelpo: Europe's leading holiday rentals agency with over 100,000 properties available to choose from
  • Agoda: Lists over 925,000 properties and provides service in 38 different languages
  • Interhome: Has more than 33,000 properties throughout Europe and the U.S. 

Pyton Travel Technology, part of Amadeus since September 2015, is a Dutch travel technology company that provides software to online agents and software companies. Pyton has an international portfolio with customers in more than 20 European countries, Middle East countries, Asia, the United States, Canada and South America. Pyton has more than 20 years of experience in the travel market and has won the Dutch Travel Innovations Award five times.