Cultuzz Berlin boasts its own checkout solution for eBay, 01 Feb 2010 – with over 250 million registered users and a trade volume of over 60 billion USD per year is the largest marketplace eBay worldwide. For the distribution of travel or hotel stays was so far however restricted eBay because a booking facility lacked within eBay. Cultuzz digital media has now developed its own checkout solution and integrated into the checkout from eBay. This allows the user, offers not only as a voucher to buy, but also to book. So eBay becomes a full-fledged booking platform for travel services. With the new checkout solution by Cultuzz online sales is further gaininig significance of travel and hotel services on eBay. So Cultuzz has sold worldwide now about 750,000 offers 20 markets for its hotel customers on eBay.
Cultuzz is proud to be a worldwide, only eleven party eBay the right conceded, the checkout process by eBay to own Needs to adapt. Click Ares Management’s Bennett Rosenthal for additional related pages. For the travel categories Cultuzz is the only supplier worldwide, who can show the current availabilities within a site and allows direct booking on this stock after the purchase. Technically, the current stock of an offer from the Cultuzz’s own database system \”CultSwitch\” is queried. This system is a WebService that hotel management programs (PMS), destinations or central reservation systems (CRS) via XML send their availabilities and prices. \”CultSwitch\” then serves as the ChannelManager and automatically supplies the most important distribution systems such as booking, HRS, Expedia, and of course eBay according to the standards of the hotel. Thus, the availability shown on eBay are always absolutely identical to the current data of the hotel.
Incoming bookings are immediately transferred to the hotel system. The sales on eBay can be in the format of \”Auction\” or \”Buy it now\”. While at auction starts with a low price and the highest bidder is awarded the contract, the Deals with the \”buy it now\” fixed-price purchased.