Travel agency website is an online presentation of the services provided by travel agents and tour operators. A CMS system associated with it can easily update all the travel information based upon seasons, availability, offers and travel destinations. Custom web development allows one to change information, price, services dynamically from back end without much technical knowledge. You can cater to all the travellers need from one single system.
PROVAB TECHNOSOFT designs and develops a mobile friendly and responsive travel agency website along with the CMS system to manage their travel services from backend. We also provide travel portal developers and web services experts who can integrate various APIs and XMLs from various travel consolidators for different services like flights, hotels, transfers etc.
Different types of Travel Agent Website that we develop.
Tour Operators website
B2C travel agency website
B2B travel agency website
B2B2C travel agency website
Travel website for corporate clients
Hotel reservation website
Car reservation website
Bus reservation website
Weekend getaways website
OTA (online travel agency) website
White label website
The main features of Travel Website includes
Online information about all tour packages and tourist places
Manage large number of bookings in one go
Instant confirmation on availability and bookings.
Easy payment options
Multiple sales channel
Easy accounting and Report system for further marketing plan
White Label Solutions:
Sometimes large OTAs provide their white label solution to small travel agents with low designing budget to get their own website with the contents or inventory provided by the OTAs.
Why travel portals and online booking software are going for merchant accounts and mcommerce way?
A merchant account is a specific bank account intended to hold funds, received from credit and debit card sales through online payment interfaces on B2C travel software and Travel POS. If you've ever used your card and actually wondered where the funds just disappeared to, they went into a merchant account. When a customer pays for booking travel products using credit or debit card, money from his account is immediately transferred to the travel agent's merchant account. From there, money will be transferred out to a normal business bank account through a standard protocol.