June 24, 2014
iAlbatros distinguished for the highest sale record in the region
iAlbatros, an online purchasing platform for corporate hotel bookings was awarded by a Transhotel Group by a title “Top Sales of 2013 in the North-Eastern Region.”
„iAlbatros is an important client for us, while its activities mark new tendencies on the market.” – stated Edyta Romanowska, Regional Manager of North-Eastern European Region of Transhotel company, adding that „Activities of iAlbatros are focused on the markets where we too enjoy strong positions commercial-wise and product-wise. We hope that by means of common efforts we will continue achieving high results in sales through meeting requirements of our clients concerning the price, offer, availability, conditions as well as modes of making reservations.”
Transhotel Group consists of five brands, well known to tourist industry. Everyday about 600 specialists from different fields of knowledge work to provide customers with deals from more than 60 000 hotels, serving 78 800 travel agencies all over the globe.
„We are very proud to be distinguished in this way. We are pleased that our endeavors in facilitating hotel bookings for companies is not only appreciated, but also brings measurable benefits to our business partners. I have strong hopes that in the year to come we will achieve even better results.” – was the commentary of Jarosław Majstat from iAlbatros.
iAlbatros is an online purchasing platform for booking hotel reservations. Thanks to various hotel content suppliers, users of iAlbatros have access to more than 200 000 hotels globally – both chain properties as well as smaller independent hotels. iAlbatros not only provides reservation solutions, it also serves as a central payment system, making payments to the hotels on behalf of its clients, to whom monthly invoicing is provided. The system allows negotiated corporate rates bookings too – they may be loaded on client’s request via iAlbatros own extranet, channel managers or GDS systems.
iAlbatros rates are 15-25 % lower from public rates available on the market.go back