In the midst COVID-19, hoteliers responded quickly to manage reservations through direct and indirect channels, adjust cancellation policies, and adopt stringent cleaning and social distancing protocols to accommodate concerned guests.
Oracle announces the general release of Oracle Hospitality Integration Platform (OHIP) 20, the next-generation integration solution, which centralizes, consolidates, and streamlines interface capabilities and related processes into a single and unified platform.
As we all move toward a post-COVID era, Oracle Hospitality will be steadfast in supporting the hospitality industry. Since the beginning of this crisis, we've been continuously evolving to help the industry navigate and prepare for the "new next" and meet guests' rapidly changing needs.
We’re open. Seriously open. It’s been a mantra of sorts for Oracle Hospitality since we announced our commitment to an open API strategy 18 months ago. But it’s taken on a whole new meaning in the context of efforts to help hoteliers chart a course to recovery. And during Innovation Week – our digital event that brought together Oracle experts and vendors to accelerate development of high-demand integrations for hoteliers – the popular refrain took on a life of its own.
The Hospitality Cloud Marketplace is open to all OPN members. They are eligible to publish their solutions in the digital forum, making them “searchable” for any customer to find. OPN membership fees include participation in the Cloud Marketplace; there is no additional cost. It is recommended that partners “validate” their integrations with OPERA Cloud before publishing in the marketplace.
Enabling hoteliers to rapidly integrate best-of-breed solutions, regardless of their origin, is the path forward. During Day 3 of Innovation Week, two Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) members – InnSpire and Nonius Hospitality Technology – underscored the importance of Oracle’s commitment to open APIs and creating a diverse ecosystem of vendors.