Here at Vamoos HQ, we decided that it was important to provide support for our partners at each stage of their sales cycle. For years we have been enhancing end user experiences with the app during client holidays, providing features like: daily summaries, documents, maps, weather, posts, and flight details to name a few.
Earlier this year, we launched Inspirations – a unique way of advertising holidays through the app to increase client retention and repeat purchase.
We also recently announced the launch of Creations, which allows our partners to create stunning, branded itineraries for prospective and current clients! It can be used as a tool in the early stages of any sale to help close deals by providing professional looking documentation.
We have now just released InstantView, a link which is embedded both in the back end system and in Creations documents for you to send your prospects. This produces a bespoke, interactive desktop version of Vamoos which is great for sharing quotes with prospects.
Check out our latest blog post to find out why great itineraries are so important.
Read on to see how all of our features now work together:
All of these features are created in the same system, so there is never any duplicated work which saves you and your team a lot of time.
If you’re a current Vamoos partner, you can use all of these features today! Simply access our user guide for step by step instructions on each of our features and how to use them.
If you are not currently a partner, but would like to learn a bit more about Vamoos and how we could work together, get in touch or sign up for a free trial to start using all our features today.
It’s January 2012, and Tony Bean is stuck. He’s in Geneva airport on his way home from a skiing holiday, and his flight has been delayed by several hours.
Airport dashes, price over convenience, post-holiday stress levels, and low levels of loyalty revealed in insightful new report by Vamoos.
This might sound harsh. But if travel companies tried to differentiate themselves based on product alone, it would be impossible.