Triometric, the leading provider of real-time XML business intelligence to hotel distributors and their suppliers today announced the release of Trio Express, an easy to deploy and use version of its powerful XML analytics platform delivered using cloud-based technology. This “keeping it simple” approach is aimed at making critical operational and XML analysis accessible to the small to mid-sized hotel distributor whose data volumes do not justify major investment in infrastructure and skilled analysts. Simultaneously, Triometric’s flagship on-premise solution, used by some of the largest bed banks including Hotelbeds and GTA, is being rebranded as Trio Enterprise. Designed for high volume data analysis Trio Enterprise is continually future-proofed with new functionality and scalability as industry look-to-book volumes continue to rise sharply.
Trio Express is Triometric’s fully managed Software as a Service (SaaS) analytics solution which busy users can use on a self-service basis. The service draws on Triometric’s extensive experience and features easy to read charts and reports out-of-the box. These provide instant insights into operational performance and key business issues from large search and booking data sets. With just a few clicks, users can view dashboards and reports, drill down to the source of any issues or receive alerts and use the insights gained to make faster and better decisions.
Trio Express is based on the technical architecture of the proven Trio Enterprise platform, with unobtrusive data collection remaining close to the booking engine as the source of data, securely feeding the analytics engine and reporter located in Triometric’s cloud infrastructure. The reports and dashboards are easily and securely accessible by the user via a browser. The insights help hotel distributors to:
- Monitor and manage their client activity and connectivity
- Optimise their operational performance including response times
- Monitor and manage any errors such as mapping issues
- Manage their inventory in line with demand;
- Track their Look-to-Books and which channels deliver the best returns;
- Monitor market trends and buying behaviour as it happens, and for future planning
“We are delighted to be able to bring a version of our analytics solution to the small to mid-sized hotel distribution market, who make up a large number of the global online travel market. By, leveraging the flexibility and reliability of our Cloud environment and with a unique business model, we aim to make the power of XML analytics accessible and affordable to all in this highly margin sensitive market,” said Matthew Goulden, CEO of Triometric. “We’ve seen tremendous customer momentum over the years with our on premise platform and are excited to continue to innovate our platform and bring the business benefits of XML insights to both large and smaller customers.”
The standard Trio Express package is available as SaaS licence with training and ongoing support. Users have access to visual dashboards and reporting features including the ability to export and key alerts can be set up.
Notes to Editors
ITB Berlin – 8-12 March 2017
Triometric will be showcasing the new features and capabilities of the Triometric Express at ITB Berlin, Hall 10, Stand 111. Editors and Journalists are invited to visit the Stand to find out more from product experts and Triometric Management.
Triometric delivers a powerful end-to-end API monitoring and analytics platform that helps customers gain deep insights into their search and booking traffic to better serve their customers. This actionable intelligence enables online travel intermediaries and suppliers such as hotels and airlines to improve their business performance by optimising their operations and taking advantage of new opportunities.
Triometric is a privately held UK company. Customers include the leaders in the travel industry such as GTA, Hotelbeds, Miki Travel, Bonotel and Farelogix. Visit: www.triometric.net
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