RoomIt by CWT Expands Hotel Distribution

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RoomIt by CWT, the global hotel distribution division of CWT, has announced new strategic partnerships with multiple global hotel guest acquisition platforms. SiteMinder and Vertical Booking are now joined by RateGain and RateTiger by eRevMax as part of RoomIt’s channel manager program.

In a written statement, Shannon Hyland, senior vice president of global supply at RoomIt by CWT, noted that the new partnerships would allow the company to provide more hotel content to business travel customers in key markets such as India, Brazil and France

Properties connected via channel managers are available globally, for all points of sale through CWT travel counselors as phase one. To be eligible, participating properties must be located in a business travel destination and provide amenities and services that cater to business travelers, including last room availability, in-room Wi-Fi, same-day cancellations and loyalty points (if applicable).

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For more information on RoomIt’s supplier offerings for individual hotels, please visit: http://www.roomit.com/roomit-rates-hotel-distribution.

RoomIt by CWT is the hotel distribution division of CWT, booking over 30 hotel rooms every minute. CWT is a Business-to-Business-for-Employees (B2B4E) travel management platform, booking enough travelers to fill more than 100,000 hotel rooms daily and, through the company’s meetings and events division, handling more than 100 events every 24 hours. 

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