Shift4 Corporation, a provider of independent payment gateway and SkyTouch Technology, which offers cloud-based property management system in the lodging industry, have announced an alliance that will pair Shift4’s enterprise payment solution DOLLARS ON THE NET® with SkyTouch’s cloud-based Hotel OS.
The integration will leverage the power of Shift4’s Universal Transaction Gateway to enable fast, reliable, and secure payments for SkyTouch Hotel OS users.
“We’ve worked with SkyTouch on proprietary systems for one of our mutual customers and already have thousands of hotels online using our joint solution,” said Shift4 VP of Business Development Bob Lowe. “We’re excited to now see this proven integration rolled out to new customers.”
“Aligning with Shift4 was a natural progression for SkyTouch, as we continue to offer a wider variety of interfaces and services to our customers,” stated Charlie Green, SkyTouch’s Director of Product Management. “Many hotels are looking for a quick and reliable way to process their transactions, and through our alliance with Shift4 we make it seamless to handle them right through our Hotel OS.”
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