InsuraGuest Technologies (TSXV: ISGI) has gone live with yet another vendor integration. The firm this morning announced that it has gone live with the API integration of vacation rental management software developed by Tokeet, Inc.
Initially announced in early December, the partnership between InsuraGuest and Tokeet will see the company’s gap insurance products offered on the Tokeet platform to property managers. Tokeet is currently one of the top suppliers to Airbnb, and is fully integrated with popular platforms such as VRBO, Expedia, Booking.com and more. Over 40,000 professional hosts presently use the platform, registering over 100 million nights stayed in 2020.
Property managers will now be able to select the firms insurance products for their properties. Once selected, the InsuraGuest supplemental insurance policy will become what is classified as primary supplemental insurance, which is then automatically embedded into each reservation booked with the property manager for a nightly fee.
“Tokeet is a suite of powerful tools for channel management, rental automation, owner management, and now insurance through InsuraGuest. We are the perfect choice for vacation rental managers & owners who need total control,” commented the CEO of Tokeet, Kwesi Steele, on the development.
InsuraGuest Technologies last traded at $0.215 on the TSX Venture.
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