Triptease Platform shortlisted for Best Technology Product at the Travolution Awards

The team at Travolution have published the shortlist for their annual Travolution Awards, and we're delighted to announce that Triptease's Direct Booking Platform has made the shortlist for Best Technology Product!

In a category with stiff competition, it's an honor to have made the cut. We believe we're continuously building something very special in the Direct Booking Platform: from Nudge Messages to disparity screenshots, revenue insights to automatic language translation on campaigns, 2018 has been all about super-powering the platform with unbeatable features that make every hotelier's life easier.

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“It’s great to see the hard work of our product development teams rewarded in this nomination," says Triptease co-founder and Chief Product Officer Alasdair Snow. "We’ve been honing and finessing our Direct Booking Platform ever since the launch of our first product, Price Check, back in 2015, and with some exciting announcements lined up for later this year we’re confident that it will only get more powerful.

"We’re up against some really strong contenders in our category, any of whom would be worthy winners of the award. I’m just looking forward to catching up with some of the travel industry’s finest at the ceremony in November!”

It's wonderful to see some familiar faces nominated for the awards - special shout-out to our friends at Avvio (nominated for Best Technological Innovation and Best Technology Product) and Triptease client Red Carnation Hotels (fighting it out amongst the big hitters Booking.com and Airbnb in the Best for Staying category).

We're looking forward to catching up with old friends and new faces at the ceremony in London this November; till then, we'll get back to doing what we do best - building products that hoteliers love.

About The Author

Lily is Content Manager at Triptease. When she's not investigating the industry or spreading the word that #DirectIsBest, she enjoys music, cycling, and obscure radio quiz shows.