Softvoyage Launches New ‘Attractions’ Module In

Bruce Parkinson, Open Jaw

Softvoyage has launched a new ‘Attractions’ module in, enabling agents to shop and book thousands of experiences around the world, ranging from helicopter rides over the Grand Canyon to fishing charters in Panama and cooking classes in Rome.

Over 25,000 attractions currently available, and Softvoyage says it continues to work on developing interfaces with new suppliers.

“Ever since its inception, one of the main goals for all of us at Softvoyage has been to make the life of travel agents a little easier by creating technology that simplifies the shopping and booking processes while making sure the travel professionals earn commissions along the way,” says Softvoyage CEO Steve Ringuet.

“Adding ‘Attractions’ at this stage is a natural progression.”

Bruce Parkinson

Bruce Parkinson Editor-in-Chief

An observer and analyst of the Canadian and international travel industries for over 25 years.

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