Bhubaneswar: The hospitality and tourism industry around the world has been hit hard by the COVID19 pandemic. At that time, the “Bookingjini Reloaded” app has come up with a set of new features for guests to make the hotel experience smooth and contactless.
The app was launched by Odisha-based software company “Bookjini” to revamp the hotel experience for guests from booking to accommodation throughout their stay. While booking a hotel, a guest can also have a 360 degree view of the hotel room as well as the AR and VR experience rooms from the app on their mobile phone, which does not was not offered by any other platform before. Additionally, the app can help seamlessly manage a variety of hotel guest services from a hoteliers perspective.
Sibasish Mishra, CEO of Bookingjini, while explaining the features of launching the app, said: “Today there are different online platforms to manage ownership, income, distribution etc. for the hospitality industry. We’ve been brainstorming with our partners, mentors and team to find a simpler way to manage all operations under one platform that’s faster and better. Next, we developed a one-stop-shop suite management product “Bookingjini Reloaded”.
Bookingjini aims to acquire more than 50,000 customers over the next two years. “Our app will help hotels get more direct bookings, keep the cost of customer acquisition low, and convert a customer into a loyal, loyal customer. It is available on all mobile platforms like Android and iOS, ”adds Sibasish.
JK Mohanty, President, HRAO and CMD, Swosti Group, while attending the launch event, said: “Online Travel Agents (OTAs) are in the business of delivering customers to hotels and charging a commission. in return. Whereas Bookingjini is a product that offers the same facilities to hotels for free. This will be a game-changer in the market and will force OTAs to rethink their approach. “
The app launch event brought together industry leaders like A Talukdar, Tushar Mishra, Debashis Kumar and Shesha Das. Manoj Pandia, Technical Director of Bookingjini, among others, was present on the occasion.