Investment firm partners with cloud booking software specialists
Leading UK provider of holiday accommodation booking and management software solutions, ANYTIME BOOKING, has announced expansion investment from Continuum Systems, a UK based technology fund.
Based in Helston, Cornwall, ANYTIME operates a software-as-a-service model, supported by a high-quality customer service team. The company decided to partner with Continuum to pursue an ambitious growth strategy.
ANYTIME’s products are aimed at the camping, glamping, holiday park, motorhome hire and holiday property letting industries. It acts as a hub for tracking reservations, guest communications and travel website bookings, all in one place. ANYTIME distinguishes itself through best-in-class product quality, the widest possible range of third party integrations and exceptional customer service, with industry leading turnaround times from first contact to issue resolution.
“We are very excited to partner with ANYTIME’s Founder-Directors and their team to support the company during the next years of growth,” said Continuum Managing Partner Al Chetwode. “We were immediately attracted to their positive attitude to customer service and innovation. During our partnership, we plan to further strengthen Anytime’s support capabilities and expand its product offering.”
ANYTIME Co-founder and Managing Director Wendy Radford is equally excited to work with Continuum: “Continuum has a strong track record of partnering with founders to grow businesses. Their experience, expertise and network will enable us to make Anytime bigger and better. Plans are already in motion to increase marketing efficiency across the brand, drive awareness in the marketplace, and ramp up an even more exceptional guest management experience to our users.”
ANYTIME is another example of Continuum’s dedication to vertically focused software and technology-enabled markets. The firm has invested in numerous technology platform companies since its founding in 2003.
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