AllTheRooms claims 1.5M products, Amadeus and eNett get Conferma, Isango buddies with BeMate, and more...NewsBy PhocusWire | November 27, 2014Share This article was originally published on This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel SYSTEMS in tourism and hospitality for November 2014.Thursday 27 November 2014:AllTheRooms claims 1.5 million products The company says it is now the largest accommodation site globally after seeing VRBO, Onhotels, BedandBreakfast, HRS and GetARoom add their inventory to the site. AllTheRooms says it is now moving out of its beta phase in a bid to become the "most comprehensive accommodation site in the world".Amadeus and eNett get Conferma connections eNett will be integrated into Conferma's global travel payment network, giving financial institutions and other payment providers to ability to connect with travel management companies. Amadeus will take Conferma's virtual credit card technology to plug into its e-Travel Management system. This follows earlier integration with the Amadeus Billback service.Isango partners with BeMateThe TUI Travel-owned tours and activities services will provide the BeMate system with tickets for relevant things to do and attractions in a destination. BeMate acts as a platform for guests of the Hotel Mate properties and residential holiday rentals. It has a presence in Madrid, Barcelona, Malaga, Granada, Salamanca, Amsterdam, Florence, New York, Miami and Mexico City.Tuesday 25 November 2014:Thomas Cook augments reality in street stores The tour operator will provide virtual walk-thrus and product showcases to customers at selected retail stores in the UK, Belgium and Germany. The idea was originally piloted at its so-called concept store at the Bluewater Shopping Centre in the UK.Cape Air goes all in with Amadeus for hosting The US-based carrier, which runs services across North America and the Caribbean, is now using the ALTEA suite for reservations, inventory, departure control and ecommerce services. It previously using Google's ITA Software-built system.Wednesday 19 November 2014:Rezgo introduces dynamic pricing engine The tours and activities software provider will allow its customers to adjust their prices based on factors such as demand, date or group size. The pricing can also continue through existing online bookings, point of sale and partner bookings.Kronos and Sabre unite for crew planning platform The AD OPT division of Kronos will collaborate with Sabre to create an optimised crew planning and scheduling service for airlines. Sabre will act as a reseller for the AD OPT system through its existing customer relationships with carriers.Tuesday 18 November 2014:Rome2Rio and RouteRank get Concur boost Both companies have integrated with Concur so that business travel managers and corporate agencies can plan door-to-door trips. Customers will be able to receive a request for an itinerary sent back through the Concur system prior to booking.Travelport gives Cabforce Marketplace distribution The Finland-based taxi and airport transfer booking system will now be available to all Travelport-connected agencies worldwide. The application was originally available to agencies in the UK and South Africa.Conferma secures Mastercard integration The virtual card number technology provider has integrated Mastercard In Control system into the Conferma travel payment network. Mastercard corporate customers will now be able to link to corporate travel companies and online travel agencies through at the point of sale.Thursday 13 November 2014:Expedia smiles with RouteHappyRoutehappy, maker of user-generated score and happiness factors, today said Expedia will license its API for its flagship Expedia.com website. The API will "allow Expedia Inc brands to integrate data into its search functionalities so customers can filter results by seat, amenities, and speed".Saturday 7 November 2014:DataArt steps in for Skyscanner white label assistance The software development service will help Skyscanner for Business, the B2B wing of the UK-based metasearch engine, streamline the 18-month-old service and work on additional mobile support for the product. The partnership now allows third party site owners to customize the flight search tool direct to users, whilst retaining their existing brand's look and feel. Existing third party users include Lonely Planet and Secret Escapes.Sabre creates enterprise version of SynXis platform The integrated hospitality technology platform will allow hoteliers to personalize the guest experience as well as integrate hotel operations, distribution and marketing systems. Part of the new platform is the SynXis Property Manager, a hotel property management solution which integrates with Sabre's existing central reservation system.Kayak takes Aerospike for personalised ads The Aerospike system will allow the US-based metasearch engine to power personalized advertisements and special offers across its entire network, including its attempts to reach new audiences outside of North America. Kayak replaced its existing cache and memcache systems with Aerospike’s in-memory database and NoSQL Key Value Store. Anite rebrands to AtcoreThe travel technology provider will use the new brand in a bid to unify its services (including the @com platform) following recent structural changes and a new vision to grow the business. Former-TUI and Thomas Cook senior manager Neil Morris is also joining the company as a non-executive director.NB: Send links or releases for travel systems direct to Tnooz via email.NB2: Systems image via Shutterstock.