StayNTouch Names Reid Webster as VP of Strategic Growth to Expand and Strengthen Partner Network
Mr. Webster brings almost thirty years of experience in hospitality technology and strategic leadership
StayNTouch, a leader in guest-centric and mobile property management software (PMS), is proud to welcome Reid Webster as Vice President of Strategic Growth.
Mr. Webster comes to StayNTouch with almost thirty years of experience in hospitality technology and strategic sales leadership. Before joining StayNTouch, Mr. Webster served as the Senior VP of Partnerships & SaaS Sales at Laasie, a cloud platform that uses machine learning to build customer loyalty. Mr. Webster also served as a Regional Director for Gaming at Orbitz Worldwide. As the VP of Strategic Growth, Mr. Webster will be responsible for fully realizing StayNTouch’s global partnership network, by identifying key strategic partners and enhancing commercial and performance alignment across critical partners and platforms such as revenue management, point of sale, and central reservation systems.
Michael Heflin, CRO of StayNTouch remarked, “Our guest-centric cloud-native PMS sits at the heart of the modern hotel technology ecosystem. That’s why it’s critical that we take a strategic approach in how we partner with third-party platforms. Throughout his three decades in hospitality tech, Reid has excelled in developing long-term strategic relationships to dramatically improve product functionality, performance and service. I am confident that he will leverage these skills for the benefit of StayNTouch and our clients”
Mr. Reid Replied, “I’m excited to join the StayNTouch team as we continue to expand into global markets. Both the guest journey, and hotel operations at large, are determined in large part by a hotel’s technology stack. By making intentional and strategic choices in who we partner with and how we go to market, I look forward to building a partnership ecosystem that helps to unburden our partner hoteliers and empowers them to deliver exceptional service to their guests.”