CruiseOne and Cruises Inc. Launch Mobile Consumer Websites

CruiseOne and Cruises Inc. launched mobile-friendly consumer websites and at its annual National Conference onboard the Norwegian Breakaway this year.

“With smart phone capacity growing and online cruise travel searches up 48 percent year over year according to Google, it was only natural for us to take this next step in providing a mobile-friendly shopping experience,” said Sandi Szalay, VP of information technology at CruiseOne and Cruises Inc. who oversaw the creation of the mobile platforms and was recently recognized by South Florida Business Journal and Woman in eCommerce for her contributions.

The new mobile sites provide a lean version of the homepage, about us, contact us, cruise search/cruise finder and cruise line promotional pages. New options include “Find An Agent Near You” enabling users to search for an agent by geographic location according to zip code or state, as well as an option for consumers to sign up for free promotional emails offering exclusive vacation deals. 

All CruiseOne and Cruises Inc. agents’ personal websites are also now mobile-friendly, providing an improved shopping experience that makes it easier for consumers who are not near a computer to shop for deals and research itineraries.

The annual CruiseOne and Cruises Inc. National Conference focuses on the personal and professional development of agents using interactive workshops, dynamic speakers, teambuilding exercises and strategic business conversations with key executives from World Travel Holdings, cruise lines and land vendors. This year’s theme - Collaboration, Passion and Innovation - reflects the company’s goals for 2013 and beyond.

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