Industry veteran Joel Pyser joins Thynk.Cloud as Chief Executive Officer, Americas. Most recently the Senior Vice President of Sales with Amadeus Hospitality, Pyser brings a deep understanding of the hospitality technology landscape. Prior to Amadeus Hospitality, Pyser served as SVP of Sales with Newmarket International, Chief Operating Officer with Passkey, and before transitioning to the technology side of the business, Vice President of Field Sales with Marriott International.
“Hospitality, as we know it, will continue to change in this post-pandemic time until the industry and travelers settle into the yet to be defined new normal. During this time hotels need a Core Solution that will enable them to be innovative, dynamic, make rapid changes to strategy and service delivery, all while keeping themselves top of mind with their leisure and business travelers. I believe Thynk brings this unique offering to the market and will support hotels through the journey to the next phase of hospitality and beyond”, says Pyser.
“We are delighted to greet Joel as part of our leadership team. Joel brings a wealth of experience in both hospitality technology and the US market. European and MEA Hoteliers leverage Thynk.Cloud to beef up their margins by improving sales and operations of customized bundled services on every square foot of their properties. Thynk is committing to the US market to help hoteliers build customer-centric and data-driven agility operations, and cope with shortage of staff”, says Pascal Petit, co-founder of Thynk.Cloud.
Thynk offers verticalized CRM and revenue Operating System built on the Salesforce™ Lightning platform. The Thynk suite includes modules for Contact & Account Management, Groups (MICE), Corporate and Local negotiated rates, Revenue Management.
About Thynk.Cloud: Founded late 2019, Thynk has implemented over 150 hotels from 25 clients in 10 countries in 1.5 years, primarily in Europe and the Middle East. Thynk is poised to enter the US market with a strong customer base and solid product feedback.