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Tripla Hotel Booking partners with Lighthouse to deliver optimal direct rates as Japanese hoteliers enter recovery

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Tripla Hotel Booking partners with Lighthouse to deliver optimal direct rates as Japanese hoteliers enter recovery

London, Denver & Singapore – Tripla, one of Japan’s largest hotel booking engines and Lighthouse, the global leader in cloud-based hospitality business intelligence, today announced a new strategic partnership.

Tripla’s decision to partner with Lighthouse was made in order to empower mutual customers with the industry’s leading rate and market intelligence software, Rate Insight. Through this integration, Rate Insight will deliver support for Tripla customers’ direct rates, by facilitating smarter pricing decisions with granular real-time data on competitor rates for both brand.com and all major OTA and metasearch sites.

The partnership brings together two prominent service providers supporting the hotel industry in Japan. Tripla currently boasts over 1,000 customers across the country with a particularly strong presence amongst local chains and Lighthouse has a large number of valued Japanese clients, and launched its user interface in Japanese in June of last year - delivering on its promise to provide Japanese hoteliers greater accessibility and improved user experience of its data intelligence platform.

“Tripla is one of Japan’s fastest growing booking engines and a company we have long admired. We are delighted to be able to serve Tripla’s customers with Rate Insight so they can fully seize revenue opportunities as the Japanese hotel market rebounds”, said Amit Peshawaria, Head of Sales for Asia Pacific and Oceania at Lighthouse. “Japan is a priority market for Lighthouse. Offering a fully localized solution, including Japanese language support, our partnership with Tripla fully underlines our commitment to the region”.

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