Juniper | January 21, 2021
In the previous a while, we have seen more organizations in the tourism industry execute and connect with cutting edge innovation. In the wake of COVID-19, travel tech has demonstrated to be more than fundamental.
Perhaps the most recent association to assist the tourism market is the collaboration among Juniper and Hotelmize. Juniper is a notable driving travel tech organization that offers cutting-edge solutions for travel associations around the world. Bragging a group in excess of 280 specialists in Internet Technology and the travel industry, the organization continually brings innovation to the steadily changing tourism market.
Juniper helps clients with improving their operational effectiveness by giving them with highly-functional and user-friendly websites, intranets, and extranets, all uniquely customized to their requirements and inclinations. With its two best in class reservation frameworks, Juniper Booking Engine and Cangooroo Booking Engine, the company encourages customers influence mechanization to improve booking and interior administration measures, in this way reducing expenses and increasing deals.
Hotelmize is a tech startup that offers a next-generation travel tech answer for maximizing benefits for hotel resellers. It helps travel organizations tackle all their challenges related to revenue management.
Tripism, BCD Travel | May 26, 2021
Tripism, a leading business travel planning platform provider, today announced a collaboration with BCD Travel, one of the world's top corporate travel management companies. Tripism will use BCD Travel's Travel Data API to integrate joint client booking data back into its platform as part of this partnership.
Tripism can identify when a traveler is returning from a trip using this trip data from BCD Travel, triggering a communication at the ideal moment to request feedback. It is therefore extremely simple for a traveler to share reviews, feedback on Covid-19 safety measures, and other insights to enable better trip planning. As travel returns, this information will be invaluable in rebuilding traveler confidence and building supplier relationships.
The complexity and rate of change in the information that travel teams need now communicate to passengers exceed traditional, high-touch approaches. Many organizations try to maintain a travel intranet that can capture and organize the information employees need to travel safely. Tripism's personalized platform effortlessly combines information from multiple sources and presents it appealingly, engaging travelers and ensuring they get the information they need, when they need it.
Tripism joined BCD Travel's SolutionSource Marketplace as a result of this new collaboration. The SolutionSource Marketplace allows BCD Travel clients to browse for and select third-party solutions that easily connect to their travel package to fit their corporation's particular needs.
“Traveler reassurance is critical as we prepare to return to travel. “The Tripism partnership gives our clients a platform to engage with their travelers and build trust,” said Yannis Karmis, Sr. Vice President, Product Planning & Development at BCD Travel. “As travel increases in 2021, information will be more important than ever, changing on an hourly basis. Tripism combines dynamic, travel-critical data in a simple and relevant manner, allowing our clients and their workers to make informed decisions when planning their trips.”
“Tripism and BCD Travel are strong believers in the value that technology can bring to the future of travel management,” said Tripism CEO Adam Kerr. “Through this collaboration, more corporations will have access to all of the trip planning information employees need to safely re-enter the world of business travel, re-establishing travel as a productive, enjoyable, and safe part of working life.”
Travelpulse | July 27, 2020
A hotel opening and an increase in air connectivity are driving the tourism reopening in the Yucatan. These are the two latest developments in the state tourism board’s activation of its three-phase Tourism Recovery Plan, which includes health care, preservation of tourism operations with more than $1.3 million in loans granted to sector workers and market reactivation.