Existing investors including SoftBank Vision Fund, Sequoia Capital and Lightspeed Venture Partners have put in $800 million, with commitments for another $200 million.
Tujia, China’s largest vacation rental company and its offline property management group Sweetome, aim to leverage Cozy Holding’s blockchain capabilities and reach in North America.
The Umapped platform consolidates bookings, curated content, communications and real-time location data into a single web and mobile interface.
Infor regards the acquisition as a method of extending its suite of technology services for hotels into new areas, such as point-of-sale, inventory management and procurement tech.
As Certify’s first acquisition outside the U.S, Captio already works with about 250 customers across Europe
Tuanyanwang.com leverages data and AI to provide one-stop banquet services for both individuals and businesses.
The next move for Vleisure would be providing services in Indochina Hotels targeting the Chinese and Korean markets.
The system works by geofencing around a location for a brand, allowing them to see what individuals are doing in social media through their "signals" but also serve them relevant marketing content.
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