ANIXE welcome new partners to the Resfinity family
We’ve been very busy at ANIXE building new connections and developing innovative products, bringing us closer to our ultimate vision of a seamless travel world. In the first half of 2017, we have integrated 3 new suppliers, 2 major hotel chains, 2 major tour operating platforms, one channel manager and 5 new clients.
As our network grows and we learn from each new integration, we evolve our process to become more efficient and effective. We fine tune our methodology to achieve optimum, sustained results, and this is reflected in the quality of our data and the products we deliver.
Flyers Concierge – Founded in 2012 and based in Dublin, Ireland, Flyers Concierge delivers smart services throughout the traveller’s ecosystem, bundled in a mobile app with supporting desktop functionalities. Among these are real-time flight status alerts that are received by app, SMS, email and/or social media networks (Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin). The Flyers Concierge app features Voice over IP calling and includes a vast directory of varied companies the traveller may need to contact.
Using the Resfinity Hotel Platform, Flyers Concierge intends to offer bookable hotels around the world to its growing customer base. The app is free of charge and available for download under iOS and Android.
Kaligo – One of the Industry’s rising new stars, Kaligo’s business model delivers clear value to the end consumer, and presents an unbeatable value proposition. Launched in 2014 the company offers over 450,000 hotels in more than 200 countries, bookable online and through an app available on iOS and Android. Kaligo awards its customers with air miles on a large variety of Loyalty programs for every booking made. It even goes a step further and displays miles to be earned alongside hotel rates on www.kaligo.com, which facilitates the customers’ planning process and helps optimize expenditure.
Resfinity delivers price data to Kaligo’s Peakwork Player in EDF format that ANIXE builds in-house. Peakwork is a popular dynamic tour operator platform, where Kaligo maintains and manages its hotel database. Kaligo is ANIXE’s pilot Peakwork customer.
Clients Gone Live
Aurum Tours – With offices in Munich and Leipzig, Aurum Tours is a well-established German virtual tour operator, offering dynamically packaged accommodation and flight holidays to German holiday-makers. Using ANIXE’s Resfinity Hotel Platform, Aurum Tours presents a major differentiating benefit by providing new product sources to the German traveller, as opposed to charter tour operator packages and pre-packaged hotel and flight combinations – all distributed by Amadeus owned Traveltainment. With Resfinity’s vast product source Aurum Tours is set out for ambitious market growth.
Check24.de – Sister company to Aurum Tours, Check24.de is the largest German comparison/meta search portal available to the end consumer. Under this brand many services are compared and sold including insurance, financial services, energy, telecommunications, travel and retail since the company’s establishment in 1999.
ANIXE’s Resfinity Hotel Platform powers Check24’s hotel searches and bookings exclusively, comparing offers from several global suppliers that include bedbanks, wholesalers, consolidators, DMCs, channel managers and hotel chains. Paired dynamically with realtime GDS flight sources, Resfinity Hotel presents a formidable offering to the German consumer.
Oslo Project – Established in 2016, Oslo Project is a German start-up offering hotels and flights online through www.liketofly.de. Founder and Managing Director Uwe Zobel is a travel industry veteran with over 20 years of experience in both travel and technology. Uwe started his professional career immediately after graduating university at Lufthansa Systems in Berlin, and has since then held several management positions at well-renowned Travel and IT companies both in Germany and abroad, mostly as CIO and Managing Director.
Using ANIXE’s Resfinity Hotel Platform, Oslo Project currently delivers offers from ANIXE client and consolidator Conso (www.conso.pl) to the German end consumer, as well as to the travel trade (B2C & B2B). Oslo Project intends to expand its model to include directly negotiated third party supplier contracts in the near future.