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STAAH wins APAC Top Connectivity Partner Award

STAAH wins APAC Top Connectivity Partner Award by Booking.com


[Auckland, April 16th 2019] The overall value STAAH has provided to the industry in APAC markets has this week been recognized, at the first of its kind award function, by Booking.com held at the Singapore Connectivity Exchange.

The esteemed partner program presented one of its high rewards – the 2018 APAC Top Connectivity Partner Award - to the hotel industry’s leading cloud platform, STAAH, for the impact felt by hoteliers through its holistic suite of guest acquisition solutions.

Speaking on the goal of the awards program, Eddy Veldhuizen [Director Connectivity Partnerships at Booking.com] says, “To meet the demands of tomorrow's traveller we need to develop cutting edge technology, we also need cutting edge connectivity with our accommodation partners to ensure the Booking.com experience is a seamless one.

We are excited to be recognising STAAH as a top connectivity provider for APAC. They are deeply engaged with the success of their partners on our platform”

The past years has witnessed STAAH’s culture of innovation that has led to the development of a trusted and high-performing suite of technology solutions that power the online growth of hospitality businesses globally. Attaining the maximum score in the Booking.com partner programme (APAC markets), against the competition, STAAH is elated with the recognition and gracefully accepts the position.

Founder & Director of STAAH, Gavin Jeddo, who accepted the award on Wednesday, says, “It is humbling for STAAH to be recognised in such an established, innovative hotel industry as APAC. This win is testament to the immeasurable role of technology in driving the acquisition of guests for hotels, and we are delighted to provide such connectivity for hoteliers.”

The APAC Top Connectivity Partner Award, recognises and rewards the connectivity service providers, when they offer quality connections as well as a range of useful products and services to the hoteliers. Depending on the scores attained by the partners and the overall performance, the top 3 are chosen, STAAH being on the top for the APAC region.

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