RateTiger Awarded European Seal of e-Excellence

10-Mar-2009 Channel management specialist wins ‘marketing of innovation’ title

RateTiger has been awarded with the European Seal of e-Excellence for its marketing of innovation.

The award-winners were announced at CeBIT, Germany today with RateTiger among the successful applications. The European Seal of e-Excellence is widely known for promoting Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and digital companies with an excellent track record in the marketing of innovation. RateTiger is now another business to be listed among other leading ICT and digital media companies worldwide.

The Seal has been awarded annually since 2003 by the European Multimedia Forum(EMF) and its Partner Associations at an Award Ceremony at CeBIT, the international trade show for the ICT industry. A jury composed of representatives of the partner associations selects the winners on the basis of an open application process.

Over the last few years, RateTiger has been expanding rapidly internationally, as it becomes a leading provider of online channel and distribution management solutions to the quickly evolving online travel market. As part of its application, RateTiger identified its international expansion to new locations in Italy, Poland and India; market outreach through events in seven regions; public relations activities and business partnership programmes.

Andew Morsi, CEO and founder said; “This recognition from the European Seal of e-Excellence for marketing of innovation is a compliment to our unique RateTiger product suite and customer service department. For many hoteliers remaining competitive online requires the implementation of digital technology processes. By RateTiger interacting with these new media channels new adopters will have a greater understanding of the opportunities available to sell on the internet.”

Sascha Hausmann, COO, was present to collect the award on behalf of RateTiger.

The company was also recently nominated for Hospitality Product of the year at the Retail Business Awards 2009 that were cancelled due to economic conditions.