Marriott has reached a deal with Visa to extend its partnership with the online travel agency, reports CNN Money

Travel log data provider Travellogs has signed a new contract with Marriott International to continue providing hotel and vacation booking data to Visa.

Travellog has worked with Visa for years to provide hotel and holiday booking data for its customers, which Visa uses to determine which of its online booking portals are accepting credit cards.

Travel log customers are also eligible to purchase and redeem travel vouchers at hotels and other travel destinations.

This is the latest in a string of acquisitions that have made Marriott a global leader in online travel booking.

This deal, however, doesn’t end the partnership between Visa and Travellog, which is based in Seattle, Washington.

Travel Logs has been a leading provider of hotel and travel booking data since its launch in 2013.

According to Travellog’s data, more than 60 million people use the company’s data to book hotel and tourist stays around the world.

The new agreement with Marriott will provide additional data for Marriott travelers, including the hotel and transportation booking data.

TravelLogs says it has about 4 million customers in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand.

“As the leader in data, Travellog understands how important it is to partner with our customers to make sure they can make informed decisions about how they spend their time,” said Travellog CEO Michael J. Johnson.

“We’re very excited about this new partnership and look forward to growing with it in the future.”

Visa has previously worked with Marriott to provide data to its travel partners.

The company has also signed contracts with the popular travel booking site TripAdvisor and Priceline to provide travel booking and travel reservation data.