Cloudbeds integrates with Adventium Technology to Enable Distribution to WebsiteTravel Global Marketplace

Adventium, the technology of travel, today announced a global partnership with leading hospitality management software, Cloudbeds.

Cloudbeds’ hospitality management suite is used by hostels, hotels, B&Bs, and independent properties in over 135 countries, enabling live availability and instant bookings to the Website Travel Global Marketplace to participating properties.

Existing Adventium operators already using Cloudbeds will benefit from the integration, with features like dynamic pricing now being fed seamlessly into TravelDesk.

Agents connected with TravelDesk will benefit from the global partnership with increased access to thousands of international accommodation properties, as Adventium Technology support Cloudbeds in onboarding as many new properties as possible.

“We are pleased to partner with Cloudbeds to give our TravelDesk clients access to more great content for them to sell,” said Adventium Technology’s Director of Strategic Partnerships, Selina Kelly. “We are dedicated to expanding our range of content to ensure our clients always have access to the most extensive range of products.”

In a recent survey conducted by Adventium Technology, 90 percent of respondents said they prefer to book live product and are twice as likely to book a product that has the live booking function.

“The addition of Cloudbeds to our connection portfolio will strengthen instant booking capabilities on TravelDesk. Cloudbeds powers an unparalleled group of modern, unique and exciting accommodation partners,” continued Miss Kelly.

Sebastien Leitner, Director of Global Partnerships at Cloudbeds added: “Our partnership with Adventium is an exciting milestone for us and we’re very proud to be partnering with the leading Australian business-to-business platform providing incremental demand to our properties. We look forward to helping our hosts and hoteliers increase their reach to new distribution channels and increase their sales”.