Posts written by Thomas Messett

On Tuesday the 17th of October the stars of British hospitality gathered, along with many of our eviivo team, at the Cafe de Paris in London’s West End to find out the winners of this years prestigious eviivo awards.  This year one of our award winners, Castle Levan, was even congratulated by a motion in the Scottish Parliament for winning the Quirkiest Place to Stay award! We’re so proud that all our hard work to

Today we’re very excited to announce we’ve agreed a great collaboration in northen Spain, with Cantabria Rural. In the high season receives a million page views, from over 45,000 monthly visitors who will now be able to book rooms online with over 650 small, independent hosts and hoteliers, thanks to eviivo’s booking engine. In addition, both companies will collaborate to deliver the most modern and reliable booking management system and platform to the local hospitality sector. In

Role: We are currently seeking a QA automation Engineer passionate about writing robust, valuable and maintainable BDD automation tests. We follow the TDD model during project delivery. There is also a need to retrofit BDD automation to existing features that are not covered. Automation feature coverage is key to eviivo’s ability to deliver faster to market. The role will include manual regression of features not covered with BDD tests. This role is member of the

Role: We are currently seeking a software engineer who has a flair for web. An individual who understands that presentation and user journey are key to a company’s success. An individual who works on the finer details to make a slick and polished result. An individual who understands that writing a good maintainable UI requires a strong UI architecture. An individual that understands having a strong UI architecture is key to eviivo’s ability to deliver

Last week we packed our bags, and our mascot (Wooly the Sheep), and traveled north to Cumbria and the 42nd Lakes Hospitality Trade Show. Not only was it great to meet so many of our local customers, but we also managed to meet local MP and leader of the Liberal Democrat Party, Tim Farron who opened the show from our very own stand:  Tim said: “The hospitality sector is a central part of our area’s economy, supporting