EasyRMS Ltd

September 2004
Hospitality Upgrade;Fall2004, p81
Trade Publication
Reports on developments in EasyRMS Ltd., a provider of application service provider/Internet revenue and yield management solutions for the hospitality industry. Background of the company; Products and services; Clients; Product integration.


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