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ALG Vacations is making travel advisors' lives easier by introducing the fully-revamped ALGVacations.com.
The all-new website, developed for more than a year with Trisept Solutions, is a one-stop shop for travel advisors to access and book all six ALGV brands, including Apple Vacations, Funjet Vacations, Travel Impressions, Southwest Vacations, Blue Sky Tours, and United Vacations.
The VAX VacationAccess booking engine has been integrated into the new ALGVacations.com so that travel advisors can benefit from easy access to VAX's award-winning tech with a single sign-on login experience.
Highlights of the enhanced user experience include:
"We know how challenging a travel advisor’s job can be, so anything we can do to make it easier is our priority. We truly believe this site will be a game-changer for advisors, especially those who book multiple ALGV brands. Over the past few years, we’ve streamlined many of our policies and programs to simplify things. Now they can be found all in one place, along with all the other ALGV resources an advisor may need, and a beautifully enhanced look and feel," Jacki Marks, ALGV’s Global Head of Trade Brands, said in a statement."Over the next few months, we’ll be soliciting user feedback and rolling out even more enhancements to the site, but so far the advisor response has been overwhelmingly positive."
A Maryland native and wanderer who has lived across the U.S. from North Carolina to SoCal, Patrick Clarke graduated from Towson...
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