Rezdy integrates with Haiwan and opens up the Chinese travel market

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Sydney, 20-06-2016 – Rezdy is excited to announce its new integration with the Chinese Online Travel Agency: Haiwan. Haiwan joins the likes of Viator, Expedia, GetYourGuide, Tours4fun, Redballoon and Musement who integrated with Rezdy’s Channel Manager earlier.

“With this integration, Rezdy suppliers can sell through Haiwan’s own B2C portal and through their partners such as Tmall and Taobao, both owned by Alibaba.” – said Thomas Griffiths, Global Business Development Director at Haiwan.

The API connection is a good start to open the Chinese market up for all Rezdy users. However, becoming successful in China also requires some marketing changes and proper distribution knowledge. This is why Haiwan and Rezdy will also be providing an education program to ensure success in China.

“It’s very exciting to be the first booking software provider that really enables access to the Chinese market. With Haiwan, Rezdy welcomes another very strong and committed agent to its Channel Manager. Haiwan will support suppliers to translate their marketing material and get their products ready for Chinese travelers, something which we very much appreciate at Rezdy” – added Kevin Lu, Director of Distribution Partnerships at Rezdy.

Simon Lenoir, CEO at Rezdy, also pointed out: “Many businesses acknowledge the potential of the Chinese travel market, but remain passive in actually starting to properly leverage it. With this exclusive integration between Haiwan and Rezdy, we can finally connect the large Chinese tourism market with tours and activities worldwide.”

 

Learn more about this partnership

 

17 Jun 2016 Rezdy integrates with Haiwan and opens up the Chinese travel market

Sydney, 20-06-2016 – Rezdy is excited to announce its new integration with the Chinese Online Travel Agency: Haiwan. Haiwan joins the likes of Viator, Expedia, GetYourGuide, Tours4fun, Redballoon and Musement who integrated with Rezdy’s Channel Manager earlier.

“With this integration, Rezdy suppliers can sell through Haiwan’s own B2C portal and through their partners such as Tmall and Taobao, both owned by Alibaba.” – said Thomas Griffiths, Global Business Development Director at Haiwan.

The API connection is a good start to open the Chinese market up for all Rezdy users. However, becoming successful in China also requires some marketing changes and proper distribution knowledge. This is why Haiwan and Rezdy will also be providing an education program to ensure success in China.

“It’s very exciting to be the first booking software provider that really enables access to the Chinese market. With Haiwan, Rezdy welcomes another very strong and committed agent to its Channel Manager. Haiwan will support suppliers to translate their marketing material and get their products ready for Chinese travelers, something which we very much appreciate at Rezdy” – added Kevin Lu, Director of Distribution Partnerships at Rezdy.

Simon Lenoir, CEO at Rezdy, also pointed out: “Many businesses acknowledge the potential of the Chinese travel market, but remain passive in actually starting to properly leverage it. With this exclusive integration between Haiwan and Rezdy, we can finally connect the large Chinese tourism market with tours and activities worldwide.”

 

Learn more about this partnership

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About Kevin Lu

Kevin is responsible for Rezdy’s Distribution Partnership which working with such partners as Online and Retail Agent, Hotel Concierge, Visiting Centers and Third-Party resellers. Kevin joined Rezdy as the Director of Distribution after 8 years working in sales management across APAC for a leading Global Distribution System.

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