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WIHP, a Major Hotel Marketing Firm, Has Joined Forces With ZentrumHub in a Strategic Relationship

WIHP, a Major Hotel Marketing Firm, Has Joined Forces With ZentrumHub in a Strategic Relationship

ZentrumHub, a leading Hotel aggregator API specialist, and WIHP, the Hotel marketing specialists, today announced a strategic partnership that will enable ZentrumHub’s customers to get easy access to metasearch channels and engines like Google Hotel Ads, TripAdvisor, Trivago, Bing Hotel Ads, etc. With WIHP’s Meta I/O solution, ZentrumHub customers will now be able to better monitor and control their Metasearch distribution.

ZentrumHub, as a start-up, is trying to make an impact in this space by providing its customers more and additional access to technologies that will add value to its client’s business. This partnership is a great testimony of this core belief of the company and as the next steps, will continue to add more partnerships to its kitty. ZentrumHub now offers more than 900,000 hotel inventory API to its customers with unique properties across the world, enabling its clients to provide a wide choice of hotels to their customers.


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