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OHIP and Oracle Integration Cloud: Simplifying hospitality integrations even more by Luis Weir

Blog: PaaS Community


We all know that hospitality integrations are typically complex.

And they’ve only become more complicated with the emergence of cloud computing and hundreds, if not thousands, of new players looking to innovate and even disrupt the industry. The global pandemic didn’t make matters easier as it forced hoteliers to transform almost overnight in order to meet the new demands of contactless, housekeeping, and travel.

In response to these challenges, Oracle Hospitality changed the game in integrations with the launch of the Oracle Hospitality Integration Platform (OHIP) – and more than 3,000 APIs to fully unlock the power of our leading property management system (PMS) in place at more than 30,000 properties worldwide.

Now, Oracle Hospitality is taking the journey of simplifying hospitality integrations one step further. We’re launching the Oracle Hospitality Adapter for Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) – a market leading EiPaaS solution used by thousands of organizations globally.

Oracle Hospitality Adapter helps hoteliers simplify enterprise integrations by offering the following benefits:

· Rapid delivery of OPERA Cloud integrations with other cloud (Oracle SaaS, SalesForce, SAP) and/or on-premise applications by taking advantage of the many OIC adapters already available

· Seamless connectivity with OPERA Cloud REST APIs via OHIP with minimal configuration that can be reused across all integration flows

· Simple consumption of OPERA Cloud business events via OHIP to trigger integration flows, including an accelerator to support business event sequencing.

Although this is just the first release of the adapter, it already allows the implementation of several integration use cases such as the ones illustrated here: Read the complete article here and watch the on-demand webcast Connect Opera Cloud to the World

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