Technology

Tour Atlas partners with Tripfuser to enhance agent offering

Travel tech players Tour Atlas and Tripfuser have teamed up to offer a new information, research and planning tool for agents.

With Tour Atlas, agents can search for tours easily using its custom-designed search engine, select the right itinerary quickly and email it directly to their client, and connect to the creator and owner of the tour, rather than an anonymous third-party booking engine.

Now with Tripfuser incorporated onto the Tour Atlas platform, agents can

quickly and easily customise and share trips for clients, and directly access in-destination local agents to create a fully bespoke travel experience for one person or a group.

Agents will also have access to better pricing through local travel agencies and automatically get preferential net rates at a 10 per cent discount, as well as a secure booking platform.

Alex Obleshchuk, co-founder of Tour Atlas, said: “It’s a big step forward for the travel trade to have two Australian-owned innovative tech platforms like Tour Atlas and Tripfuser partner to deliver a time-saving information, research and planning tool for travel agents.

“This has been a gap that has been left open for too long that has finally been filled.”

Tripfuser founder Matt Beard said: “We are excited about our partnership with Tour Atlas and see this as an important step in our goal to support the Australian travel industry.

“Tripfuser is a complementary service that can assist the industry in designing and booking private multi-day tailored travel solutions.”


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