“It’s incredible to have created such a large community of forward-thinking customers, from boutique properties to international hotel chains, glampsites to long-stay apartments,” said Richard Valtr, Mews Founder. “This is only really the start for Mews. Our eyes are already set on helping the next five thousand customers to provide more remarkable experiences to guests around the world.”
The number of Mews customers has increased by a third in the last nine months. This continued rise goes hand-in-hand with the company’s sustained growth, powered by a Series C investment of $185 million last year. Mews has also acquired seven hospitality companies to date, the most recent being Nomi, a personalized AI tour guide that will be implemented in the guest journey.
Customers include properties from international brands like Strawberry, edyn, Generator and The Social Hub, as well as leading innovative independent hotels across North America such as The Gotham Hotel in NYC, Life House and the Neighborhood Hotel.
“We are humbled to support over 5,000 customers to provide modern hospitality that goes far beyond guest expectations,” said Matt Welle, Mews CEO. “I feel incredibly fulfilled when I see the impact we are having on the industry. The progress we’ve made is a huge testament to the hard work of our team and the next few years are going to be even more exciting!”
Mews, which has increased its customers by 37% so far this year, has also processed €3.5bn ($3.79bn USD) in payments since January. The milestone comes soon after Mews was announced as the ‘World’s Best Hotel PMS Solutions Provider’ and ‘World’s Best Independent Hotel PMS Solutions Provider’ at the 2023 World Travel Tech Awards.