GIATA, the recognized leader in static descriptive content solutions in the travel industry, has partnered with Quicktext AI, to offer a useful big data solution fueled with GIATA DRIVE content. The partnership between Quicktext AI and GIATA will revolutionize the way travel companies analyze and use data, enabling them to provide more personalized and engaging experiences for their guests.
“We are happy to partner with Quicktext to bring this innovative AI-powered solution to our hotel customers,” said Rainer Schäfer, VP Sales GIATA. “The partnership between GIATA and Quicktext AI is part of a wider trend in the travel industry towards providing more personalized and interactive experiences. This is in response to the growing popularity of Big Data and other artificial intelligence-powered customer service tools. By centralizing and distributing hotel content and providing an AI solution that improves service and increases direct bookings, we’re helping hotels stay competitive in an ever-changing market.”
“We are pleased to announce that GIATA’s deploying Quicktext conversational AI and structured data solution. With Quicktext’s innovative technology, GIATA’s clients can enhance the guest experience through their digital channels and offer seamless, personalized interactions with their guests, ensuring fast and efficient communication. On top of that, Quicktext AI can convert booking requests into actual bookings, resulting in a steady increase in hotels’ direct booking revenue. We believe this partnership is a step forward in revolutionizing the hospitality industry with technology.” – says Daniel Doppler, CEO of Quicktext.
GIATA was founded in 1996 and is a technology company specialized in tourism based in Berlin. The company’s digital products, focused on non-bookable content, are aimed at more than 20,000 customers and partners in more than 70 countries, including hotels, hotel chains, online travel agencies, tour operators, travel agency cooperatives, travel and global distribution systems.
Founded in Paris in 2017 by Daniel Doppler and Benjamin Devisme, Quicktext offers revolutionary artificial intelligence, structured data and big data solutions dedicated to the hospitality industry in more than 76 countries.
More than 105 employees form its teams in 12 offices around the world.
Europe: London, Paris, Barcelona, Prague
Americas: New York, Mexico, Punta Cana
Asia and Oceania: Guangzhou, Bangkok, Hong Kong..
To date, more than 1,500 hotels in 76 countries use Quicktext and Velma, its AI. By aiming for $1 billion in 2023, Quicktext is positioning itself as a serious alternative to Booking and Expedia for generating direct reservations for hoteliers.
Quicktext is 96% recommended by Hotel Tech Report, which evaluates the quality of hotel technology solutions worldwide, and is ranked as the leader in the field of AI among 24 companies.
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