Travefy Announces New Integration With Viator to Increase Travel Advisor Efficiency and Productivity – Press Release

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Viator activities can be easily imported to Travefy with rich information for streamlined proposal and itinerary creation. OMAHA, Neb. – September 17, 2020 – (Newswire.com) ​​​​​​Travefy – the leading proposal and itinerary management tool for travel advisors – announced a new integration with leading activities platform Viator. Through this integration, […]

Viator activities can be easily imported to Travefy with rich information for streamlined proposal and itinerary creation.


OMAHA, Neb. – September 17, 2020 – (Newswire.com)

​​​​​​Travefy – the leading proposal and itinerary management tool for travel advisors – announced a new integration with leading activities platform Viator.

Through this integration, travel advisors can directly import rich information from any of Viator’s more than 200,000 activities onto a Travefy proposal or itinerary. This ability to build robust proposals or itineraries with the click of a button, helps advisors save time as well increase sales and client engagement with rich information and improve data quality.

“We’re excited to be working with the innovative Viator team and are thrilled to deliver enhanced value to travel advisor’s through this integration,” notes David Chait, Travefy’s CEO. “Viator is an industry leader in providing advisor’s bookable activities and we know that the time advisors save from this integration will help them efficiently scale their travel businesses.”

Sarah Dines, Senior Director of Business Development at Viator shares, “The Viator team is so pleased to announce our integration with Travefy. This partnership reduces a major friction point to a large percentage of our advisors who are already using both Viator and Travefy independently. We are excited to work with the Travefy team to enhance the booking experience on Viator for advisors and help them delight their customers as they grow their businesses.” 

ABOUT TRAVEFY

Travefy’s mission is to power the success of travel professionals. Our award-winning proposal, itinerary, and client management tools help travel advisors and professionals save time, impress clients, and sell more.

Travefy powers thousands of travel businesses ranging from small, independent travel advisors to the largest travel agencies, consortia, and organizations. Travefy has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Forbes among other publications and has won numerous industry honors including the ASTA Entrepreneur of the Year Award.

For more information please see: https://travefy.com 

For press assets please see: https://travefy.com/press 

ABOUT VIATOR

Viator, a Tripadvisor company, makes it simple for travel advisors to find, book, and earn commission on the best tours and activities for their clients anywhere in the world. With access to more than 300,000 bookable experiences, travel advisors can easily discover and book with confidence, thanks to the millions of traveler reviews. Viator’s Travel Agent Program is the easiest and most flexible way for traveler advisors to find products that allow their clients to experience the most memorable things to do in their destination. Travel advisors earn commission on all of Viator’s offerings, including skip-the-line and Viator-exclusive products, all backed by a low-price guarantee, 24/7 multilingual support, and a 24-hour cancellation policy.

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