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Travel Software Development

Extentia is a travel domain specialist with a wide range of clients. We have over a decade of experience with solutions for Travel and Tourism. Our customers and service providers in the sector include major travel agents, hoteliers, large tour operators and airline sales agents. Among our many offerings for this domain are:

  • travel-and-tourism-travel-domainTravel website / portal development and maintenance
  • Online booking and reservation systems
  • Integration between Global Distribution Systems such as Amadeus, Galileo, Sabre, Worldspan, Transhotel, Hotelbeds, RoomsXML and online booking engines
  • Payment gateway integration for PayPal, Sage Pay, 2CheckOut among others
  • XML data integration
  • Mobile solutions

Market Monitoring: Trends in the Area of Tourism

Why Are Travel Companies Transitioning to Mobile?

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  • Approximately 87 % of travelers use the internet for planning their travel
  • According to industry data, about 15 per cent of all online transactions and 35 per cent of all searches of travel portals are done through mobile phones
  • 45 % of travelers now use a smartphone for leisure or business travel
  • 49 % of travelers use smartphones to plan trips and 24 % use mobiles to edit their trip whilst they’re away
  • The customer retention on mobile is 1.5 times that of desktop
  • 83 % of travel management companies and agencies think smartphones would have a moderate to significant impact on their business
  • Travel Industry Trends

    • Rapid adoption of mobile technology and platforms
    • Consumer loyalty is starting to fall
    • Mobile technology for reservations, search and comparisons
    • Personalization, ‘long tail’ content and end to end aggregation

    Extentia’s Travel Business Consultant Mark Luckey, on Technology and the Travel Business

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    Case Study – New Website and Booking Engine for a Chain of Hotels

    The client is a quality budget hotel chain with properties throughout India. They had a website to process bookings, but there were several issues with it. Extentia was consulted for its expertise in travel and website development. After initial discussions it became clear that a complete redesign of the website was required along with new and enhanced functionality. After the first round of customer feedback, more wireframes were created to refine the design and reach an agreed layout. Once the look and feel of the site was fixed, Extentia was able to start developing the new site. The frontend design work and backend development took place in parallel.

    Extentia provided a new professional look and feel to the website, keeping it sync with the client’s established branding. Extentia also provided Search Engine Optimization (SEO) services to the client, helping to increase website traffic. In addition, Extentia developed a Content Management System (CMS), making it much easier for the client to update static pages. The new site offers a significant improvement and also integrates with a powerful new booking engine.

     

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