StayNTouch Expands Globally Leveraging Local Shiji Offices in Munich, Singapore and Sydney
November 15, 2018 9:20am
(15 November, 2018, Munich) StayNTouch, an innovator in mobile technology and Property Management Systems (PMS) for hotels, further expands their reach in Europe and Asia-Pacific by leveraging local Shiji offices in Munich, Singapore and Sydney-now providing on the ground sales and support services to all regional hotels.
One of the fastest growing cloud-based PMS companies in the United States, StayNTouch was recently acquired by global hospitality software leader, Shiji Group. StayNTouch is growing its service and sales teams in line with Shiji’s strategy to have a global infrastructure with strong local sales and support for all the Shiji products. The StayNTouch expansion will focus on continuing to support existing international brands such as First Hotels and independents such as Zoku, while growing their customer base exponentially.
“We recognize that the PMS is at the heart of a hotel’s business,” said Jos Schaap CEO of StayNTouch , “Leveraging Shiji’s global support structure is an important step forward in bringing us closer to our customers in the EU and APac and bolstering our promise to exceptional service. When we provide exceptional service to hotels, it enhances the level of service they provide to their guests.”
To learn more about StayNTouch’s product and service offerings, visit www.stayntouch.com.
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StayNTouch is a “Software as a Service” mobile hotel property management system (PMS) company focused on developing solutions that help hotels raise service levels, drive revenues, reduce costs, and ultimately change the way hotels can captivate their guests.
Powering over 90,000 rooms globally, our game-changing solution frees hotels from the constraints of legacy or premise systems, dramatically streamlines operations, increases margins, and revolutionizes how front-line staff connects with guests.
StayNTouch is a trusted partner to many of the most forward-thinking hotels, resorts, casinos and chains in the industry, including Yotel, Zoku Amsterdam, Conscious Hotels, Valencia Hotels, The Freehand Hotels, First Hotels, Modus Hotels, and the Fontainebleau Miami Beach.
StayNTouch was founded in 2013 by Jos Schaap. After their initial investment in the company’s 2016 Series A fundraise, Shiji Group acquired StayNTouch in September of 2018.
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