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ANTIBOOKING 10h
- What is done - Drag&Drop visual tools for planning.
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Inspiretec Dec 12
Contemporary new-look transactional website for a five-star resort and hotel collection. Enhancing user experience was the focus of our project with . Click on the link below to find out more about this innovative site:
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ANTIBOOKING Dec 10
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Direct contact with the author! Trip plan authors and editors can advise other travelers on any newly invented itineraries or organize tours based on their itineraries.
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ANTIBOOKING 10h
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This part of the planner is a timeline where all the events of your trip are plased. It is divided into days.
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Brett Dowling 23h
Delivering a tech-enabled corporate travel program, at global scale, that satisfies the needs of both the business and user requires a highly engaged partner that excels at managing the complexity of travel.
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ANTIBOOKING 10h
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Part 1: Timeline and Cards. This Tutorial will enable you to quickly settle in and get started.
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ANTIBOOKING 10h
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Main Cards. Flight Card - Air travel planning. Transfer Card - Transfer and movement planning. Activity Card - Planning Leisure, entertainment, sports. A Place Card - Attractions or location planning.
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ANTIBOOKING 10h
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Cards. This part of the planner contains cards from which you can build your trip. To add an event, place, or something else on the timeline, simply drag the card from this set to the time place you want.
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ANTIBOOKING 10h
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In today’s globalised world, create a flexible travel platform that can adapt to passengers’ varying travel needs is vital to success!
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ANTIBOOKING Dec 12
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We are planning to create collaboration tools in our unique planner. This will allow groups of people to plan a trip together, agreeing on the options, budget and other things.
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battleface 4h
is quickly becoming the app of choice for communicating geographic location for many travellers. Learn about it here
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The Traveling Maven Dec 11
Travel agencies adopting AI expected to gain an edge.
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ANTIBOOKING Dec 12
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Sim Local Dec 11
Why not treat yourself to a UK holiday? Have a look at this list for some inspiration😉
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Jetstream by Leavetown Dec 11
"How does multi-unit work?" Our Jetstream combines the calendars of your units behind a single listing with *each* vacation rental marketplace. As long as you have a unit to sell in the Jetstream, your listing calendar remains live 🙌
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Apiso.io Dec 10
Discover how to simplify your travel supplier payments processes, add revenues & increase your bottom line profits using ’s payment optimization solution backed by flexible prepaid and low-cost low-collateral credit facilities.🌐
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Litty Britty Dec 10
Hoping I can live in three different states this year.
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The Travel Technology Association Dec 13
Don't miss out on the Passport Newsletter, where you can get the latest industry updates. 📥 Sign up here ➡️
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Sabre Dec 13
One size does not fit all when it comes to corporate travel programs. Meeting the needs of all users in the organization with the proper level of integration, controls, and spend management is key.
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OmniServ Dec 13
Perth Airport is turning to technology to help it enhance the passenger experience and better equip it to handle traffic growth
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