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Nearly all suppliers provide information, services, and tools via the web and Internet enabled applications. Internet access is what is going to get you on-line to browse and search through that wealt ...

The technology profile for an agency that is either a home-based (hosted) or bricks and mortar location with a sales volume of up to $2 million typically supports 2-3 agents. ...

All agencies, regardless of size, need Internet access and e-mail capabilities. The extent of these capabilities is defined largely by agency size and availability in your agency's area. Dial-up Inter ...

The tools that will allow you to run your business. While there are several options that are well-suided for agencies, small home-based agencies may be best served with an off-the-shelf product. ...

This is a grouping of products that range from point of sale and commission tracking software for smaller agencies, to full mid-office automation products for large agencies. ...

Your presence on the web is as critical today as a sign outside your office was 20 years ago. What do want to project? Who can build it for you? What are the implications of presenting an online booki ...

The database is the goldmine. Each client in the database represents thousands of dollars of earning potential and database tools allow you to efficiently work that goldmine and extract the maximum va ...

There are a host of tools in the market and under development designed to allow the customer to create their own booking online. As opposed to consumer sites like Expedia or Travelocity, these are des ...

The technology profile for an agency with a sales volume of $2-5 million typically supports 3-6 staff including a booking manager, administration support person and (part-time) bookkeeper/accountant . ...

The technology profile for an agency with a sales volume of over $5 million typically supports 6-10 staff including a non-booking manager, one or more department supervisors, receptionist/administrati ...

Larger agencies will integrate tools in this category, making masses of customer data easier to manage and use. ...

Integrating the client profiles to the GDS is a tremendous efficiency enhancement. ...

Q&A With Rick Miller - Director, Product Marketing & Sales, Trisept Solutions ...

Decades ago, a small sign making companys slogan encapsulated one of the many truths about business in one simple sentence: A business with no sign is a sign of no business. Its now 2005 and though bu ...

If you've ever Googled your name, you know how important managing your reputation online can be. Each day, thousands of individuals are searching online for information about others simply by searchin ...

On November 13, 2008, the Department of Homeland Security announced that the Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) program will soon become mandatory for certain travelers. This White Pape ...

You dont have to be a technology pro to comprehend search engines. You probably realize that they can help or even hurt your chances of being found in popular search sites. You can put the marketing p ...

ARC is developing two projects that will allow travel agents to collect carrier assigned fees and charges. One is called the Carrier Fees Project and the other is called the Electronic Miscellaneous D ...

This white paper available to Premium Members only, courtesy of the Interactive Travel Services Association (ITSA) is PhoCusWright's most comprehensive study done to date on GDSs. ...

Premium member report. Airline unbundling of ancillary services and threat to unbundle GDS costs are perhaps the biggest threats that TMCs face. ...

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