AVC Launches Next-Generation Web Sites for Agents

America's Vacation Center (AVC), one of the leading travel agencies in the nation, today announced the launch of its next-generation consumer travel Web sites for its affiliated network of independent contractors. Agents can now customize their own personal consumer Web sites in conjunction with Agent Power(tm) 5.0, AVC's industry-leading Web-based software that assists agents with booking live inventory, CRM, automatic commission tracking, and more. The Web sites are developed based on AVC's consumer Web site and are pre-loaded with AVC's special offers. Agents can incorporate their business phone number, photo, biography, certifications, and more to their individual Web site in order to further personalize their relationships with their customers. AVC's next-generation Web sites are completely integrated with Agent Power 5.0, AVC's proprietary Web-based software. All Web site inquiries and customer information submitted on an agent's Web site are automatically added into the customer's Agent Power 5.0 profile, ensuring that all customer data, pricing and availability, and client history is available in one central location.

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