LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - Mar 7, 2013) - Oriens Travel & Hotel Management Corp. (
"This is by no means an exception, as noted by the success of our other clients," stated Ken Chua, President of Oriens. "Still, it continues to be rather impressive; taking a hotel located abroad, never having an internet presence or online reservation system, implementing the Oriens' booking engine, and suddenly, increased reservations and revenues. We are only just getting started."
Management remains steadfast on building its hotel branding and management company, Hotel PURE. However, people close to Oriens suggest that its reservation system and the marketing process the Company employs seem to be extraordinarily proficient. The success of OTHM's booking engine has spurred the company's pursuit of developing the reservation system and offering it as a standalone product.
This effort is the catalyst for OTHM developing the CMS FROL plug-ins and development of the mobile apps. Launching the internet booking engine as a standalone product "is a no brainer," stated Chua.
He continues, "Our online booking engine and internet marketing process has been tested time and again, passing with flying colors. With booking engines like Agoda and Cendant being purchased for hundreds of millions of dollars, this has become low hanging fruit for OTHM and we intend to leverage its fullest potential."
Oriens has integrated its online booking engine into a number of properties abroad in the past year and expects to hear similar results across the board during the upcoming months.
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