“We are the only company with a channel manager interconnected with the industry’s leading OTAs.” – Travelotopos General Manager Maria Aivalioti
Travelotopos, a Greek innovative software solutions provider in tourism, has officially announced its partnership with leading OTAs Expedia and GetYourGuide.
Travelotopos provides travel and tourism companies with technology aimed to increase their sales. Through its platform, Travelotopos offers personalized reservation systems for each type of travel service/activity of its clients.
“We are very pleased to announce that we have completed interconnecting our systems with Expedia and GetYourGuide. These partnerships took off late last year after our connection with Tripadvisor’s Viator,” Travelotopos General Manager Maria Aivalioti told GTP Headlines, on the sidelines of the recent ITB Berlin expo in Germany.
“We are the only company with a channel manager interconnected with the industry’s leading OTAs. This way, travel professionals that use our system can boost their online bookings and further reduce their management costs. The Travelotopos system manages availability and services without any overbooking risk,” Aivalioti said.
Expedia is now linked to Travelotopos and will offer the Greek company’s products from the Greek and Italian markets
Through its partnership with Travelotopos, GetYourGuide will offer products directly from the Greek company’s booking engine and its suppliers.
“What is appealing about this is that those who are connected to our booking engine, will increase bookings and also save resources because they will be able to manage all of their bookings in one booking system,” Aivalioti said.
Founded in 2014, Travelotopos is experiencing steady growth in the industry.
“We are delighted that our efforts are seeing success and acceptance in both Greek and foreign markets. For us, the most important thing of all is that leading multinational travel companies trust Travelotopos. They see us as a reliable system to find and sell products through their own platforms,” Aivalioti added.