BookingSync now integrates Touch Stay, allowing vacation rental owners and managers to create a customised welcome book that can be carried anywhere.
BookingSync already helped vacation rental pros secure and clean their property, optimise their pricing and automate marketing campaigns; they can now manage their digital welcome book creation too thanks to Touch Stay.
Touch Stay was created in 2013 by Joe Jones and Andy McNulty. Tired of always asking the owner for advice on the home and the area and ignoring the old-fashioned, forgotten welcome book, they decided to set up a more modern and versatile welcome book that guests will want to read, AND will find useful.
This is how they had the idea to create a digital welcome book, allowing hosts to share their best advice and addresses with travelers from all over the world and bringing the locals and travelers ever closer. Today, thousands of properties and guests are using Touch Stay's software!
As usual, this new integration is available in BookingSync’s App Center.
BookingSync is a cloud-based vacation rental system that serves as a friend to owners, managers, and agencies during each step of the vacation rental management process. With the help of a robust developer API and the BookingSync App Center, companies of all stripes—VR marketplaces, rates engines, guest and cleaning services, among others—can build integrations that extend the functionality of BookingSync. At heart, we’ve developed a simple and easy-to-use software that is bringing openness and connectivity to the vacation rental community.
BookingSync has raised over US $1MM in funding, and is active in 65 countries, with +11.000 active vacation rentals.
Some of the most promising vacation rental startups trust us such as Hostmaker, Luckey Homes, BnbLord and Welkeys.
The company holds a strong commitment to charity. A share of our profits will go to funding charitable works, a mix of humanitarian, social and environmental projects.
For more information, please visit https://www.bookingsync.com
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