ReviewPro Wins Top Travel Innovation Award at PhoCusWright 2011
Miami, Florida, USA – November 17th, 2011 – ReviewPro, the leading online reputation management and social media analytics solution for the hotel industry, was awarded the prestigious Best Emerging Technology Innovation Award at the 2011 PhoCusWright Conference.
After going through a rigorous application and selection process, a live demonstration of the ReviewPro product, and an interview with eleven judges – comprised of top travel industry experts from companies including Google, Expedia and the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration – ReviewPro was identified as the emerging company most likely to transform the travel industry.
RJ Friedlander, CEO of ReviewPro, comments: “There was very stiff competition from 30 companies presenting at the Travel Innovation Summit, who have all created great products. Winning this award is a great honor for our team, and validates the importance of our value proposition and the potential to empower hoteliers in the US and around the world to profit from the social web.”
The fourth annual Travel Innovation Summit was held this week in Miami as part of the industry-leading PhoCusWright Conference. Award winners from previous years include SilverRail Technologies, Amadeus and TripIt.
Click here to watch the video of our presentation at PhoCusWright.
ReviewPro indexes over 100 million guest hotel reviews in 14 languages across nearly 80 of the most relevant Online Travel Agencies (OTAs) and customer review websites. After rapid growth in the European market, ReviewPro has expanded internationally and quickly grown its client roster to thousands of hotels in nearly 50 countries, including Louvre Hotels Group, Meliá Hotels International, Iberostar Hotels & Resorts, Hotusa Hotels, Room Mate Hotels, Occidental Hotels & Resorts, The Red Carnation Hotel Collection, citizenM Hotels and Husa Hotels. For more information, visit https://reviewproblog.shijigroup.com
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