Travel Impressions Will Debut New Booking Engine in Fall

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Working with Trisept Solutions, Travel Impressions reports that it will revamp its booking engine this fall, offering a variety of new options. Until then agents can sign up for training sessions where they will be entered to win up to $500.

Trisept’s VAX VacationAccess technology will ease agents’ ability to communicate with clients and sort through options, Travel Impressions said. The changes will allow agents to save and compare itineraries, independently adjust existing bookings, customize quote emails from the marketplace, send clients emails with multiple options, schedule payments and change surcharges for individual reservations.

Travel Impressions' current engine, Quest for Agents, enables travel professionals to create single and multi-destination itineraries that include tours, transfers, car rentals, transportation packages, land-only and pre-/post-cruise stays. While the new service will not start until the fall, agents can attend training sessions to learn how the new technology works. Participants will be entered to win $100 at each session and a $500 prize at the end of the series.


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Travel Impressions, in business since 1974, is a tour operator with destinations in the Caribbean, Mexico, Central and South America, Asia, Europe, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand and the United States. Its portfolio includes over 1,850 resorts and hotels, 2,000 luxury villas and 2,000 tours.

The company’s partner Trisept Solutions designs technology for the travel industry. It created the travel agency management technology Xcelerator and the travel agent marketplace VAX VacationAccess.

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