06 July 2018
inReception is the technological platform that allows non-hotel operators to simplify the management of their properties and increase sales. In just a few days it has collected 53,000 euro of adhesions > discover the campaign and invest
Non-hotel operators can better manage, promote and distribute their facilities through a single innovative platform, developed with proprietary technology and accessible via web and mobile devices.
The product is already validated by the market: to date 600 structures use inReception, with a renewal rate of 95%. Turnover in the first quarter of 2018 doubled compared to the previous one and the company activates an average of 45 new structures per month.
The reference market is that of non-hotel accommodation, a market that has been witnessing strong growth in recent years: in Italy alone there are 145 thousand structures, in addition to around 700 thousand properties for short-term rentals and 33,000 hotels.
In 2017, the number of bookings at non-hotel facilities exceeded that of hotels.
The company has already closed important partnerships with major players in the tourism sector including Booking and Expedia and can count on a team with over 10 years of experience in the tourism sector, solid technical skills and specific know-how.
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