Many airlines operate multiple systems with multiple suppliers. Managing these multiple relationships and digital assets can be both a nightmare as well as a terrible user experience. The travesys platform conveniently brings all of this under one roof, combining dynamic packaging with an end-to-end single cart transaction and advanced loyalty to lock-in customer spend and extend revenue opportunities.
The nerve center of travesys provides an immediate snapshot of the entire platform in a graphically enticing, modern and user intuitive view.
An Administrator profile is linked to an effective user access control. Customer profiles, bookings, passenger profiles can be managed, view or modify loyalty points details and more.
Control financial reports, manage the complete pricing strategy with mark-up, discounting, coupons, vouchers and the comprehensive loyalty engine.
System tools help the administrator identify or debug the reasons for failure in case of a system error.
A complete CRM system with in-mail and customer interaction logs is built into the platform.
An in-built campaign template builder allows admin to conduct an end-to-end campaign and track success in one single place.
Feature includes Currency & Language settings, SMTP and Email settings, Supplier and API keys management, Airline PNR management, Airport management, and more.
The function allows customer service representatives to add elements, that are not available online, to the booking. Manage, change or easily sync the bookings made offline to the online platform.
The planning stage is arguably the most important, because what’s decided and mapped here sets the stage for the entire platform. This is also the stage that requires attention to detail and the most important stage in the travesys design process
The design stage involves moving the information outlined in the planning stage further into reality. The main functions are documented in a site structure and, more importantly, a visual representation
Development involves the bulk of the programming work, as well as loading content. Keeping the code organised and commented by referring constantly to the planning details as the full platform design takes shape.
The testing phase ensures final polishing of design elements, deep testing of interactivity and features and, most of all, a consideration of the user experience. Multi-layer testing is employed to ensure the designs are browser compliant, device compliant and moreover user friendly