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netTALK Maritime partners with Oracle Hospitality to enhance on-board communications

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The technologies will integrate with cruise ships' current systems
netTALK Maritime has integrated with Oracle Hospitality to provide enhanced communications among passengers and crew.

netTALK Maritime enables passengers to communicate directly with one another and cruise ship staff to send alerts, while Oracle Hospitality provides mobile, on-demand and cloud-based services, utilising open application programming interfaces.

Integrated technology 

‘We are quickly becoming the standard for shipboard communications and contact tracing intelligence systems, for passengers and crew on cruise lines,’ said Anastasios Kyriakides, CEO netTALK Maritime. ‘Integrating with the leading passenger management platform provides a total solution for cruise lines to easily integrate our technology within their existing environment.'

Ingo Soerensen, area VP global cruise sales, Oracle Hospitality, added, ‘After facing unprecedented challenges, cruise operators are still looking at technologies to improve guest and crew experiences onboard. 

‘netTALK Maritime’s integrated solution with the cruise operator’s mobile application, which also leverages the Oracle Hospitality platform, provides an improved experience for everyone onboard the ship and increased revenue opportunities for cruise operators.’ 

 

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