Berjaya Hotels selects Pelican CRS

Pelican System has entered CRS (Central Reservation System) agreement with Berjaya Hotels & Resorts - a division of Berjaya Land Berhad and a member of the Berjaya Corporation Group of Companies, head quartered in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It operates 19 premier hotels and resorts worldwide, not inclusive of premier country clubs located in Malaysia.

Pelican Central Reservation system allows Berjaya Hotels & Resorts to manage rate, allotment and reservation efficiently. Rate and management distribution is uniquely designed so that hotels can provide an additional booking channel to its massive database of travel agent and corporate clients. This channel will be the choice of the future because of its flexibility, availability and efficiency.

Apart from providing booking engine capability to Berjaya Hotels & Resort’s own website, Pelican also provide a user-friendly system to enhance “room search” experience, thus stimulating more online bookings. “Optimizing systems for online travel growth as the number of internet users steadily escalates, Berjaya Hotels & Resorts is confident that selecting Pelican System as its Central Reservation System provider will enhance our reservation and distribution channels capability” add Ms. Lynn Oh, Vice President, Sales & Marketing of Berjaya Hotels Resorts.

“We are pleased to provide system to Berjaya Group, fast-growing hotel groups with specific strategy to attract its market business. As Berjaya Hotels & Resorts expand its properties rapidly, our proposed “online contracting” as part of the CRS shall enhance time and cost efficiency in dealing worldwide travel agent and corporate clients”, affirmed Mr. Hartono Liman - Director of Pelican System.

Ms. Lynn Oh, Vice President, Sales & Marketing of Berjaya Hotels & Resorts adds, “Providing convenience and meeting the needs of our travel agents and corporate clients is an ongoing process and Pelican System enhances this by allowing these clients instant confirmation of rates, allotments and reservations”.