30 Apr 2021

Find out how to eliminate the risk of overbooking

Find out how to eliminate the risk of overbooking

Overbooking is a fairly common practice in the hotel industry, but not only, and refers to the acceptance of reservations for a number of seats greater than that of which it actually has availability.
This approach allows the structures to always guarantee the largest possible number of rooms booked, maximizing revenues and efficiency.
To manage overbooking effectively and correctly without affecting the customer experience, however, one aspect is fundamental: having complete, clear and updated data in your facility under control.
To manage overbooking, it must therefore collect and study many numbers carefully: an activity that can be done thanks to statistical analyzes that only dedicated software can make available.
For this, and for many other activities, CASY is the ideal solution for hotels of all sizes.
Our software allows you to have all the sales in online portals under control and eliminate the risk of overbooking even in high season.
The functionality that allows overbooking control is the interface with the Channel Managers: this is a solution suitable for all types of hotel facilities.
The Channel Manager is a tool that interfaces with online booking channels such as Booking.com, Expedia, Venere and others to automatically update inventory and prices without having to access the individual extranets related to the channels.
Thanks to the interfaces with the Channel Managers, with CASY it is possible to manage the sale of the rooms of its structure within the main online booking portals and monitor its progress through a single interface thanks to the real-time synchronization of information.
CASY allows you to monitor all bookings for your facility from different channels from a single cloud platform, reducing management times, eliminating errors and increasing efficiency.

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21 Apr 2021

Synchronization with online booking portals even for small structures

Synchronization with online booking portals even for small structures

Do you work in a small hotel? Do you want to simplify the management and monitoring of activities but are afraid of running into excessive costs?

The solution is there and it is much simpler than you think!

CASY Front is a complete Front Office program with an intuitive user interface that can be used quickly and easily.

Our software allows you to carry out reception tasks in a simple, fast and effective way.

CASY is a so-called Cloud Solution where authorized users can access the program

anywhere and work comfortably even with mobile devices.

The most important advantages of the platform are:

- Easy and intuitive use thanks to the simple interface

- No need to install additional hardware: access is possible from anywhere in the world and with any device

- Punctual, precise and real-time control of all the most important data for the management of your facility

- Complete management of every aspect of your business

- Numerous statistics available for management control and the possibility of making long-term forecasts.

Another advantage that makes CASY a truly unique solution, suitable for all types of hotel facilities, is his interface with Channel Managers.

The Channel Manager is a tool that interfaces with online booking channels such as Booking.com, Expedia, Venere and others to automatically update inventory and prices without having to access the individual extranets related to the channels.

What does this mean?

The Channel Manager functionality allows you to sell your rooms within the main online booking portals and monitor their progress through a single interface.

Two ways communication, in fact, guarantees the synchronization of information between the online booking platforms and the website of its structure.

Thanks to the connected Channel Manager you will have direct access to your website and other booking channels in a more … Read more