Direct integration of WebRezPro Property Management System and Scan2PMS streamlines efficiency and boosts security
Calgary, AB –Jan 30, 2018 – World Web Technologies Inc. (WWT) is pleased to announce a direct interface between its WebRezPro cloud property management system (PMS) and TTI Technologies’ Scan2PMS, an ID and passport scanning solution.
The direct interface between WebRezPro and Scan2PMS provides increased efficiency to the modern hotelier, resulting in a higher level of customer service. TTI Technologies’ scanning solution can scan over 2,500 types of international identification cards (IDs) including driver’s licenses, government IDs and passports. Once scanned, Scan2PMS automatically sends the guest’s photo and contact information to the WebRezPro system. This process can speed up the check-in process, improve the accuracy of data and provide extra security against lost room keys and chargebacks.
Steve Blidner CEO of TTI stated, “On top of the system’s ability to protect guests against identity theft and hotels from false charge-back claims, Scan2PMS streamlines guest check-in and captures guest history data for post stay marketing. With accurate and validated guest information, hotels can stay in touch with guests before, during and after their stay which greatly assists with building guest loyalty and brand differentiation. Scan2PMS is all about providing personalized, welcoming service that is both safe and effective.”
WWT President Frank Verhagen said “We are thrilled to partner with TTI Technologies, a leading provider of hospitality scanning solutions. We strive to offer tools to our clients that will save them time and provide more accurate information and security to their lodging operations. Scan2PMS offers an ID scanning solution that is in high demand in the hospitality industry.”
“We are pleased to be a WebRezPro integration partner and look forward to expanding awareness of this simple, affordable service that heightens security, streamlines service and makes the guest experience exceptional,” said Blidner.