Tricept Signs Tour Agreement With Adventurelink

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Travel technology company Trisept Solutions has signed an agreement with Adventurelink to bring guided tours to the VAX VacationAccess leisure travel marketplace.

TourFinder, the guided tours booking platform created by AdventureLink, will be accessible to travel agents exclusively on VAX in the coming months. With TourFinder, VAX agents are able to book over 30,000 itineraries in popular destinations from the world’s leading tour operators. More than 30 tour providers will be available in the initial launch, including Trafalgar Tours, Insight Vacations, Contiki, G Adventures, and Collette Tours.

TourFinder’s search and matching capabilities will allow agents to shop across multiple suppliers to find a trip that works for their clients quickly, instead of processing bookings manually on the phone. Additionally, agents will be able to earn commissions starting at 12 percent on all tours.


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With the addition of TourFinder, VAX will continue to strengthen its place in the leisure travel marketplace. More than 88,000 individual travel professionals visit the site monthly, totaling more than 8 million page views and over $1 billion in travel sales annually.

Trisept works with the the world’s leading airlines, hotels and resorts, tour operators, travel agencies, tourist bureaus, theme parks and other suppliers through the company’s advanced and trusted VAX VacationAccess, Xcelerator and Synapse platforms.

Last year, host agency Travel Planners International (TPI) endorsed Trisept Solutions’ Xcelerator platform. TPI has a network of over 3,300 travel professionals and as part of the endorsement, Trisept directly integrated Xcelerator to TPI Central.

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