Oyo launches an online portal for travel agents- SuperAgent

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Oyo has launched its latest product addition SuperAgent, an online portal for travel agents. The Gurugram- headquartered hospitality company, said that with SuperAgent, it aims to enhance the booking experience for offline travel agents by offering a quick and simple way to book Oyo accommodation for their clients. 

Features offered by SuperAgent

Oyo Hotels and Homes’s product provides pre-registered and verified offline travel agents access to Oyo inventory. The bookings can be made for bulk travel, package bookings, and so on. The firm claims that SuperAgent will offer travel agents a simplified homepage, including recent searches, recommended hotels, great deals, and important actions.

It will also be offering a refined search to show properties tuned to a travel agent with relevant prices, a detailed commission report, a more straightforward sales summary, and more. According to the SuperAgent website, Oyo has over 35,000 hotels in over 800 cities in more than 28 countries and claims to be trusted by 45,000 travel agents. 

According to reports by ET, Gaurav Ajmera, chief operating officer at India and South Asia at Oyo Hotels & Homes said that Oyo has partnered with over 12,000 travel agents across India in the course of four years, and the new portal will help simplify the booking experience for travel agents, helping them engage better with clients. 

Oyo has seen a 3.8 times year on year growth in revenue in August 2019 with 1.2 million rooms under management across hotels and homes. The company has extended from holiday homes, casino hotels, and coworking spaces to budget hotels, corporate stays, and more and is currently present in the US, Europe, UK, India, Indonesia, China, and Japan, among others. 

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