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Passkey`s Management Technology in High Demand

, the leading solution for group reservations management and distribution, announced that five more Convention and Visitors Bureaus (CVBs) chose the companyå?s advanced ASP group management technology.

Greater Columbus
, Dallas, Muncie
, Reno-Sparks
and Sacramento
all join the growing list of Passkey-enabled(SM) cities.
Passkey is the premier web-based solution providing all parties involved in city-wide meeting and convention planning with real-time reports and updates anytime, 24/7. Its flexibility and power, for example, allows hotels to take advantage of unused blocks of rooms during a given event and provides all parties involved with a more efficient hotel booking process, as well as access to consistent, accurate information.

Joseph Marinelli, senior vice president, Greater Columbus Convention & Visitors Bureau, observes, “The Columbus CVB is truly excited about its new partnership with Passkey. In this competitive world of `I need to know now,` Columbus is not only in the game, but staying on the cutting edge.” He continues, “Passkey?s Internet-based technology helps make our city a more attractive convention destination because it offers real-time reservation information to our customers (the meeting planners), our hotel partners and ultimately the end-user, anytime, day or night.”

CVBs recognizing the importance of streamlining the process of large-scale event planning for their city and choosing to partner with Passkey include:



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