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Open Destinations updates Tineri app with itineraries functionality

Posted by Lee Hayhurst on
Open Destinations updates Tineri app with itineraries functionality

Travel technology specialists Open Destinations has released an updated version of its Tineri mobile app for Destination Management Companies (DMC).

The app now enables DMCs, inbound tour operators and other B2B travel providers to supply their travel agent clients with mobile itineraries.

Acquired by Open Destinations’ in early-2017 Tineri allows tour operators, travel agents and now DMCs to provide their clients with a user-friendly mobile app to bring itineraries to life.

The app puts the whole trip onto one easy-to-navigate screen, giving travellers quick access to their itinerary, travel documents, contacts, messages, images and more.

DMCs can use Tineri to provide travel agents with an app in their own branding, co-branded with the DMC, or with the DMC’s branding only.

The travel agent can use Tineri’s content management system to add their own contact details as well as any extra information they need to include, before sending it to the client.

In addition, Tineri’s export functions allow a DMC to convert a mobile itinerary into a PDF document for either quoting or final travel purposes.

Kevin O’Sullivan, chief executive of Open Destinations, said: “Tineri is a great tool for DMCs to publish their itineraries onto a mobile device.

“However, just as important is that it allows the DMC to be able to connect with travellers during their trip to help prevent and resolve any service issues.

“Given that over 90% of us carry our mobile with devices with us when we travel, Tineri is a really powerful communication tool for tour operators, travel agents, and now for DMCs as well.”

Customers currently using the Open Destination’s software solutions include some of the largest DMC groups in the world including Abercrombie & Kent, Destination Asia and Intrepid Group.

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