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Grupo Transhotel fait confiance au système Dynamic Web Acceleration de CDNetworks pour optimiser sa plateforme de réservation en ligne et renforcer sa croissance internationale

CDNetworks, le seul réseau multinational de diffusion de contenu offrant une expertise locale et des infrastructures à l'intérieur de la Chine continentale et à travers six continents, permet à la société espagnole Grupo Transhotel de déployer et rendre plus disponible son système de réservation en ligne utilisé quotidiennement par 50 000 agences de voyage dans le monde entier. La croissance et l'expansion internationale de la société, en particulier en Asie, ainsi que sa volonté de maintenir la qualité des services offerts aux clients ont motivé le choix du système Dynamic Web Acceleration de CDNetworks.

« Le marché asiatique devient pour nous très important et nous avions besoin de pouvoir compter sur une société susceptible de nous soutenir alors que nous mettons en place de nouvelles stratégies et des plans de consolidation de nos activités internationales », a déclaré Francisco Javier Diéguez, directeur de l'architecture et des infrastructures chez Transhotel.

Après une croissance commerciale rapide en Asie, Grupo Transhotel a choisi CDNetworks pour remplacer son fournisseur CDN existant, expressément pour garantir la rapidité et la disponibilité de sa plateforme TOR qui assure la réservation en ligne des chambres d'hôtel et des services de voyage et est intégrée à des milliers de sites à travers le monde.

L'infrastructure et la souplesse de l'offre CDNetworks ont assuré l'accès rapide et ininterrompu à la plateforme de réservation TOR System Advanced de Grupo Transhotel. Cette dernière prend en charge les quelque 3,4 millions de transactions quotidiennes traitées par les agences de voyages à travers le monde.

« Nous ne pouvions pas permettre que nos services soient entravés par des problèmes de rapidité ou de temps de latence. Nous voulions maintenir des niveaux élevés de service en écartant tout risque de notre activité commerciale et de nos clients », ajoute M. Diéguez.

La plateforme de réservation TOR System Advanced traitant 94 % de l'activité de Grupo Transhotel, deux arguments plaidaient fortement pour un changement de fournisseur de réseau de diffusion de contenus (CDN) : l'expertise de CDNetworks en matière d'optimisation de sites e-commerce et ses PoP (points de présence) implantés dans les marchés cibles.

« Nous avons choisi CDNetworks en raison de sa réputation de pouvoir pénétrer dans des marchés éloignés et en développement. Compte tenu de son expertise du marché asiatique et de la Chine en particulier, la décision de travailler avec eux allait de soi », a conclu M. Diéguez.

À propos de Grupo Transhotel

Transhotel est un prestataire international de services touristiques basé à Madrid, en Espagne. Le Groupe Transhotel est formé par six marques liées au secteur touristique. Plus de 700 professionnels travaillent avec l’objectif fondamental d’offrir plus de 60 000 hôtels qui composent le portefeuille ainsi que tout type de services touristiques aux 78 800 agences de voyages collaboratrices du monde entier.

Le Groupe a comme unique objectif de donner une nouvelle dimension au concept Service en restant à l’avant-garde de la technologie et en offrant les meilleures solutions aux professionnels du tourisme.

Toutes les marques du Groupe offrent de réelles solutions aux professionnels du secteur touristique dans leurs différents champs d'action.

Pour plus d'informations sur Grupo Transhotel, veuillez consulter le site http://www.transhotel.com.

À propos de CDNetworks

CDNetworks valide l'accélération du cloud à l'échelle mondiale. Notre mission est de transformer l'Internet en un réseau de livraison d'applications sécurisé, fiable, évolutif et extrêmement performant. La position unique de CDNetworks en tant que seule CDN multinationale à disposer d'une expertise et d'une infrastructure en Chine, en Russie et sur d'autres marchés émergents, nous permet d'être des partenaires de confiance sur les marchés locaux, tout en servant d'experts éminents en matière d'expansion sur les marchés mondiaux. Accélérant plus de 17 500 sites Web et services cloud mondiaux sur ses 140 PoP, CDNetworks sert une clientèle axée sur les affaires électroniques dans les secteurs de la finance, des voyages, du commerce électronique, de la gestion de l'apprentissage, de la haute technologie, de la fabrication et des médias. CDNetworks sert ses entreprises clientes depuis plus de 13 ans et compte des bureaux aux États-Unis, en Corée, en Chine, au Japon, et au Royaume-Uni. Pour en savoir plus, veuillez consulter: http://www.cdnetworks.com.

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