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Appy Hotel, Now Available in Australia and New Zealand

Apr 2 2014, 6:48am CDT | by

Any sized hotel can now develop an App and mobile website for their property in minutes with Appy Hotel.

  Sydney, Australia, April 02, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Technology 4 Hotels, a leading technology provider to the hospitality industry, announced today a reseller partnership with Appy Hotel for the...

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Appy Hotel, Now Available in Australia and New Zealand

Apr 2 2014, 6:48am CDT | by

Any sized hotel can now develop an App and mobile website for their property in minutes with Appy Hotel.

 

Sydney, Australia, April 02, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Technology 4 Hotels, a leading technology provider to the hospitality industry, announced today a reseller partnership with Appy Hotel for the Australia and New Zealand markets. Appy Hotel provides an online tool that allows hotels to extremely quickly and cost effectively set up and manage their own Mobile Application (iPhone, iPad, and Android). This is all done via the Appy Hotel cloud-based Content Management System (CMS). There are no setup or hosting fees, just a cost effective monthly fee.

With Appy Hotel there is no costly and time consuming App Development - it's already done.

Appy Hotel provides a template that enables hotels to generate an app which is designed to promote their hotel's rooms, restaurants and other services. Putting their hotel on an app, and updating the content, can now be done quickly, cheaply, and without requiring any programming. Managing the App is easier than managing a Facebook page.

Brendon Granger, Director of Technology 4 Hotels, comments, "Working shoulder to shoulder with hoteliers to deliver the quality products they require and deserve is why we exist. We are delighted to be working with Appy Hotel in Australia and New Zealand and to offer hotels this amazing tool. Due to high development costs mobile apps used to be only for the larger chains. But with Appy Hotel any sized hotel can afford one and have it up and running in no time. Appy Hotel have done all the hard work. All the layouts, menus, navigation and even suggestions on how many words and ideas on how to promote the hotels offers and services are there in the template. There is no long term commitment, hotels just pay a reasonable monthly service fee."

"We are proud to be partnering with Technology 4 Hotels,” said Patama Mokaves, VP Sales & Marketing of Appy Hotel. “Technology 4 Hotel's experience and reputation for superior service in the hospitality industry makes them an ideal partner. We are pleased to welcome them to our international family and look forward to helping Australian & New Zealand hotels 'go mobile'.”

Since its launch 15 months ago Appy Hotel is already being used in over 1,500 hotels around the world; from international brands such as Starwood, IHG, Hilton, etc to boutique independent hotels.

For more information:
Brendon Granger
Technology4Hotels
Phone: +61 2 9476 3505
Email: Brendon@Technology4Hotels.com.au

Contact Information:
Technology4Hotels
Brendon Granger
+61 2 94763505
Contact via Email
www.technology4hotels.com.au

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