Hospitality International signs on Pegasus

Hospitality International has tapped Pegasus Solutions to provide the hotel chain with a full suite of technology services including; NetBooker®, Unirez by Pegasus(TM) and Voice Services.  The new services will be provided to all of Hospitality International’s 325+ properties located in 36 states as well as Canada and the Bahamas.

With these new services, Pegasus will provide a variety of technologies that will simplify the entire booking process for Hospitality International hotels. Pegasus’ Unirez service will provide the hotel chain with comprehensive distribution services including the HotelFactory(TM) central reservation system (CRS), giving Hospitality International hotels access to all of the major global distribution systems (GDS) and leading travel Web sites.

“This agreement with Pegasus represents an important step in Hospitality International’s goal to achieve significant growth in the next few years,” said Tim Blalock, president and chief executive officer of Hospitality International.  “The services Pegasus will provide our hotels will be instrumental in our strategy to expand and refine our business, and we are pleased to be working with such a reputable company to help us accomplish this.”

Pegasus will also be providing Hospitality International with a comprehensive line of Voice Services with its reservation call centers in 9 locations around the world supporting 40 countries.

“With the services Pegasus will provide to Hospitality International, the company will be extremely well positioned to pursue its goals to expand its business,” said Mike Kistner, Pegasus chief operating officer and president of reservation and distribution services.  “Pegasus’ depth of technology and industry experience will greatly enhance Hospitality International’s ability to perform its everyday functions and enable the company to focus in on its core business.”

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Pegasus will begin implementing the new services to all of Hospitality International’s properties in June 2007.
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