Quicktext has been awarded at the “International Tourism Meeting” as the company of the year for innovation in tourism.
The “International Tourism Meeting” took place on 23 March in Paris at the headquarters of Business France.
This award recognises 5 years of research and development which have made Quicktext the world’s leading platform in the field of AI and big data applied to the hotel industry. Thanks to prestigious brands such as Accor, Hyatt (USA), Emaar (Emirates), Grupo Santa Fe (Mexico), and GHL (Colombia), Quicktext has been able to increase the number of reservation requests from $139M to $301M in one year.
By aiming for $1 billion in 2023, Quicktext is positioning itself as a serious alternative to Booking and Expedia for generating direct reservations for hoteliers.
Founded in Paris in 2017 by Daniel Doppler and Benjamin Devisme, Quicktext offers revolutionary artificial intelligence, structured data and big data solutions dedicated to the hospitality industry in more than 76 countries. More than 105 employees form its teams in 10 offices around the world.
Europe: London, Paris, Barcelona, Prague
Americas: New York, Mexico, Punta Cana,
Asia and Oceania: Guangzhou, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Melbourne.
To date, more than 1,500 hotels in 76 countries use Quicktext and Velma, its AI, including Accor, GHL (Colombia), B Signature (France), Grupo Santa Fe (Mexico), H-Hotels (Germany), Hyatt, Jupiter (Portugal), Palladium (Spain) Partouche (France), Provident (USA), Revier (Switzerland), Roomzzz (United Kingdom), Santos (Spain), Valentine (Spain), Warwick.
Quicktext is 96% recommended by Hotel Tech Report, which evaluates the quality of hotel technology solutions worldwide, and is ranked as the leader in the field of AI among 24 companies.