Singapore-based Agoda platform, part of Booking Holdings, has announced the launch of a new Beds Network solution.
So far, the new bedbank will operate in 20 countries, but within the next year it is planned to fully launch it all over the world. At the same time, it is planned to unload about 3 million hotels into its database - all of which Agoda already works with.
The facilities will have the opportunity to "upload" wholesale tariffs to the platform and promptly adjust them with a minimum of bureaucracy and accounting. These tariffs will be sent already to retailers: tour operators, OTA and other travel services.
The most interesting thing is that Beds Network plans to unload its wholesale tariffs directly to the "sister" over time Booking.com . To be honest, it's hard to believe in this, at least, it's unlikely that hotels will agree to this en masse.