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TPI signs preferred supplier partnership with Travefy

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

TPI signs preferred supplier partnership with Travefy

Travel Professionals International has announced a preferred supplier partnership with Travefy, a leading itinerary management and client communication tool for travel agents.

Using Travefy agents can build dynamic travel quotes and itineraries, all in their brand, that can be delivered via mobile app, responsive web page or PDF.

Additional time-saving integrations bring key data seamlessly to any itinerary and communication tools help advisors continue to provide world class service. Through Travefy, travel advisors “can save time and impress clients,” says TPI.

As a part of the partnership, Travefy will provide TPI advisors with streamlined access to Travefy’s itinerary management tools, exclusive trainings and more.

“After an evaluation of several itinerary management companies with an advisor user test group and our sales team, we are pleased to have selected Travefy as the preferred itinerary management tool for our network,” says Colton Chia, TPI Partnerships Director. “Travefy’s commitment to helping our advisors utilize their platform to enhance the customer experience for their clients, together with dedicated support, exclusive trainings and other initiatives will be instrumental in the success of this partnership.”

Travefy CEO David Chait adds: “TPI has always been at the forefront of travel innovation. We’re thrilled by the opportunity to work with the TPI team to assist their valued travel advisors to craft and create professional client quotes and itineraries for their clients.”

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