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VNTravel, Yanolja Cloud | July 21, 2021

The strategic partnership between VNTravel and Yanolja Cloud, a global travel tech firm, will shed light on digital transformation in the Vietnamese hospitality industry.

Yanolja Cloud and VNTravel's strategic collaboration will go a long way towards enabling the industry's digital transformation. For example, customers can now check-in and out at their leisure, register rooms virtually with the click of a button, and even conduct non-cash payments via VNPAY QR. At the same time, hoteliers can gain access to better solutions for property management, revenue management, and customer relations, resulting in long-term business growth.

VNTravel Group is an ecosystem that includes Mytour.vn, Dinogo, and Tripi, among others. Tripi, a market leader in B2B solutions for travel companies, provides maximum value through various products such as Tripi Partner, Tripi Connect, Tripi One, and Tripi Cloud - the cloud-based SaaS (Software as a Service) for the Vietnam hospitality sector.

Yanolja Cloud is the world's leading provider of cloud-based hospitality solutions, serving over 30,000 clients in 170 countries and 60 languages. Yanolja Cloud is expanding its client base by utilizing its strong SaaS model, enabling easy installation and operation, and developing optimized local solutions in partnership with global leaders.

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