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Published on Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Trip Affiliates Network inks strategic partnership with Regent Group, Thailand

Travel distribution tech company Trip Affiliates Network (TA Network) has announced a strategic partnership with Regent Group, Thailand.

The partnership aims to deliver dynamic rates and inventory for The Regent Cha Am Beach Resort & Regent Chalet to traditional offline channels and corporate travel intermediaries.

It will give Regent Group, Thailand access to TA Network's travel trade buyers based globally, which comprises travel wholesalers, tour operators, airlines and points redemption programs.

At the same time TA Network's partners will gain access to dynamic live rates for The Regent Cha Am Beach Resort & Regent Chalet.

"This collaboration with TA Network will improve our partnership with our traditionally offline contractors by allowing them to book directly with real-time room availability of our hotels' dynamic and static rates," said Sameer Mehra, General Manager Regent Group.

Regent Group says the partnership with Trip Affiliates Network also increases efficiency and productivity through real-time connectivity and automation of inventory management processes.

Ho Siang Twang - Managing Partner Trip Affiliates Network said: "Our tailored solution is perfect for firms like RCA who can quickly benefit from increased productivity, greater efficiency and higher yields once safe travel resumes."

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