AccorHotels is furthering its ambitions to make more of its physical properties via digital services with the acquisition of restaurant booking service, ResDiary.
According to a statement from the hotel giant, Glasgow-based ResDiary has a strong presence in the UK and Asia Pacific and seats 166 million diners a year in more than 8,600 venues.
It also says it has generated profits for six years.
The company’s technology also enables table management enabling restaurants to maximise revenue and avoid booking fees from third parties by controlling availability.
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