SiteMinder Unveils the Top 15 Revenue-Generating Hotel Booking Channels Of 2017
SiteMinder today reveals the 15 booking channels that generated the greatest revenue for hotels in key tourism destinations in 2017. The lists are based on the 72 million hotel reservations that passed through SiteMinders channel management solution during the year to produce US$21.53 billion in gross revenue for the companys 28,000 hotel customers.
The global hotel industry’s leading cloud platform, SiteMinder, today reveals the 15 booking channels that generated the greatest revenue for hotels in key tourism destinations in 2017. The lists are based on the 72 million hotel reservations that passed through SiteMinder’s channel management solution during the year to produce US$21.53 billion in gross revenue for the company’s 28,000 hotel customers.
Reaffirming the value of having a diversified hotel distribution strategy, the lists of the top-performing booking channels once again feature a range of both B2B and household consumer channels – from OTAs to hotel websites, wholesalers and global distribution systems.
“These lists are testament to the incredible, material impact that a broad distribution strategy, which caters to a diverse business mix from various feeder markets, can have on a hotel’s bottom line,” says SiteMinder’s managing director, Mike Ford.
“They also prove the enormous – and growing – value of direct and corporate bookings, with hotel websites and global distribution systems featuring in almost every list this year. Additionally, we see that hotels continue to look to the wholesaler sector as an important provider of guests, with a number of the world’s leading bed banks featuring in every list globally.”
Within their respective tourism destinations, the top 15 booking channels combined to contribute 87 percent of all hotel revenue that passed through SiteMinder’s channel manager in 2017, proving their effectiveness in attracting, reaching and converting today’s consumer.
The top 15 revenue-generating hotel booking channels of 2017 were:
To view the top 15 lists in other tourism destinations, visit www.SiteMinder.com/news.
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As the leading cloud platform for hotels, SiteMinder allows hotels to attract, reach and convert guests across the globe. We serve hotels of all sizes with award-winning solutions for independents and groups alike, wherever they are in the world.
SiteMinder’s products include The Channel Manager, the industry’s leading online distribution platform; TheBookingButton, a wholly-branded booking engine for direct bookings via the web, mobile or social; Canvas, the intelligent website creator for independent hoteliers; Prophet, the real-time market intelligence solution that takes the guesswork out of pricing rooms; and GDS by SiteMinder, a single-point of entry to a six-figure network of travel agents and the world’s major global distribution systems. With more than 28,000 hotel customers and 550 of the industry’s top connectivity providers as our partners, today we have presence in more than 160 countries on six continents.
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