Work to merge the JacTravel and TotalStay reservations platforms has been completed by global technology consultancy DataArt.
JacTravel bought competitor TotalStay for an undisclosed sum in March 2015.
The consolidation the two firms data in their reservation systems will enable commercial teams to access transparent data and speed up decision making, said DataArt.
Charlotte Lamp Davies, vice-president of travel and hospitality, Europe, at DataArt said:
“The challenge for DataArt was to provide a technical solution that would help to enable a smooth integration of TotalStay with JacTravel.
“The resulting solution has significantly reduced the investment of both time and capital in bringing together the two distinct systems, making JacTravel’s acquisition a success and providing a platform for the company’s continued growth.”
The DataArt project tackled duplications and allows JacTravel to process data more effectively from a single warehouse while making it available for analytics new business intelligence tools.
Nick Williams, chief financial officer at JacTravel, said: “Realising the full value of a new acquisition is always a significant project.
“It requires integration of systems, but also of different work cultures. DataArt’s solution helped us to look at the business as one entity, with seamless integration of trading data from multiple platforms.
“Beyond making the integration of TotalStay with JacTravel easier, this new system will help JacTravel to remain a market-leader in the online B2B hotel booking marketplace – and to continue its strong growth.”