For users of the TourCMS tour operator ecommerce platform
Started Dec 23, 2013
Started this discussion. Last reply by John Dec 18, 2012.
Today I am happy to announce that Travel UCD Limited (TourCMS) has been acquired by Palisis AG http://www.palisis.com/ .
Palisis is a Switzerland headquartered travel technology company focussed on ticketing for local tour operators. They, like TourCMS, have a passion on solving technology challenges faced by local tour operators big and small.
TourCMS is used by hundreds of tour operators and many online travel agents who rely on TourCMS…Continue
Posted on October 8, 2015 at 4:30pm
Time to go back to our monthly schedule of public updates via this blog as the last one was a while back!
Posted on July 16, 2015 at 10:30am — 1 Comment
2013 was a busy year for TourCMS with a major increase in suppliers using us to run their websites, their daily operations and their distribution to travel agents, hotel concierges and web affiliates. Collectively we did around 100 million USD through the system (and 2014 is looking like a 200 million USD year)
People always ask us what is our focus going forwards? It is actually quite a hard question to answer in public but here goes
Day tours &…
Posted on February 19, 2014 at 12:30pm
Team TourCMS has been busy making core system changes to. So busy that we have almost forgotten to write a release note for a few months saying what we have been upto!
At a very top level, the following functionality areas are new and/or vastly improved
Now able, on a tour by tour basis, set hotel pickup points. A much better approach than the previous, ad hoc, approach of using questions & answers. (Questions & answers…Continue
Posted on April 11, 2013 at 10:29am
Variety of important changes made recently to the TourCMS system
* Hotel product types now hidden - although still possible to turn on hotel product types if you go to Configuration & Setup - tours general settings
* Freesale tour types (where customer selects a date) - now selectable on a tour by tour basis, but hidden by default. We still think freesale is very useful (especially for the basis of tailor-made tours) but…Continue
Posted on November 9, 2012 at 4:41pm