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Preno wants to help hotels fly autopilot

Henry Burrell
Mon, 10 May 2021

Preno wants to help hotels fly autopilot
Preno chief executive Amelia Gain.
Henry Burrell
Mon, 10 May 2021
A hotel management software company with over 500 customers in 25 countries is seeing a rise in direct hotel bookings in New Zealand post-lockdown.Amelia Gain, the co-founder and chief executive of software company Preno, told BusinessDesk more New Zealanders are shunning sites like Booking.com than they were before covid-19.“Guests are becoming more aware of the commission that Booking.com takes, so [they are] also trying to book direct with properties as much as they can. That’s what we're seeing domestically.”She said t...

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