Xperium achieves Oracle Validated Integration with Oracle Hospitality OPERA

RepUp, a Gold level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), has announced it has achieved Oracle Validated Integration of Xperium by RepUp with Oracle Hospitality OPERA 5.5. With this new integration, hospitality properties using the Oracle Hospitality OPERA PMS can now access and use the Xperium by RepUp platform directly from the Oracle Hospitality OPERA dashboard. To achieve Oracle Validated Integration, Oracle partners are required to meet a stringent set of requirements that are based on the needs and priorities of the customers. With a two-way integration between Xperium by RepUp and Oracle Hospitality OPERA, collected guest data gives hoteliers a more comprehensive view of guests, allowing for AI-enabled personalization, upselling and guest engagement. This integration also automates processes like guest communication, request assignments, offer promotions, etc.

“This new integration will allow Xperium by RepUp and Oracle Hospitality OPERA to talk to each other, and share guest data that will give hoteliers unique insight into their guests,” said Pranjal Prashar, CEO of RepUp. “We are excited to begin offering this integrated solution to hospitality chains, hotels, resorts and independent boutique hotels that use the Oracle Hospitality OPERA.”

”Achieving Oracle Validated Integration gives our customers confidence that the integration between Xperium by RepUp and Oracle Hospitality OPERA is functionally sound and performs as tested,” said David Hicks, vice president, Worldwide ISV Cloud  and Business Development, Oracle.  “For solutions deployed on-premises, in the cloud, or both, Oracle Validated Integration applies for a rigorous technical review and test the process that helps to reduce deployment risk and improves the user experience of the partner’s integrated offering.” The integrated solution will allow seamless flow of guest data from the Oracle Hospitality OPERA PMS, which will facilitate hoteliers to create personalized guest experiences and collect user-generated content. In the past, hotels, and resorts have seen an increase in ancillary revenue, and a marked improvement in online ratings and rankings.