TravelBound Integrates Into Bedsonline

Business Merger
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TravelBound is allying with Bedsonline to enhance their travel advisor offering. TravelBound will progressively rebrand under the Bedsonline name and shift over to the Bedsonline booking platform.

As part of this change, the company will have a migration plan to educate TravelBound clients on the purported benefits of moving onto Bedsonline’s booking platform.

The newly enhanced Bedsonline platform is powered by TravelBound. The company says it now offers travel advisors globally the following benefits:


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  • Diverse and competitive product portfolio: over 170,000 hotels globally available (with over 90,000 of those directly sourced, making the content both unique and competitively priced, and with better filters to navigate the inventory online), 24,000 transfer routes and 18,000 activities.
  • Powerful and user-friendly technology: best-in-class search engine designed specifically for the needs of travel advisors allows users to filter and compare results in a flexible and practical way, including intuitive email, enhanced vouchers and PDF functions.

The company says 70% of existing customers cite the platform as a top factor in choosing the service. Bedsonline’s parent group is the only distributor to operate its own cloud-based, open source data center and handles up to 1.5 billion searches per day.

  1. Local knowledge combined with a global offering: increased sales team support to front line offices across North America with industry know-how ready to take care of all the needs of customers.

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