Dutch tech startup launches to market

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Netherlands: 4Suites, a mobile access tech startup that combines a mobile app, lock hardware chips and SaaS has launched to market.

The company has raised $440.000 from angel investors to fund the launch of its solution and expansion to markets in Europe.

Lennart de Haan, 4Suites' co-founder and CEO, said: "We saw an opportunity to use the original developed solution (for real estate) to expand into a full hospitality solution. That really worked out. We have some of the most creative minds in our team that have developed a digital guest journey that is just unbelievable."

4Suites offers "an easy and accessible way for hotels, holiday parks and real estate locations to become digital and mobile accessible at almost no investment costs". With their own developed innovative hardware solution, locks can be made smart without having to replace them under 15 minutes. This greatly reduces costs; no smart locks are needed, just a tiny piece of 4Suites hardware. Current systems remain completely operational".

The company says that properties using 4Suites can save money by reducing labour costs through automating processes; generate revenue by upselling through the app, more direct bookings and more loyalty; and improve guest experience using big data to enable more personalisation.

The company's first sales territories are Benelux, Germany, UK and Spain. Its objective is to reach a portfolio of channel partners with multi-year agreements in all regions.


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