Latest tie-up will integrate extensive airline content into Farecast – Travelogix’s incentive management platform.
Travel management data specialists, Travelogix, have signed an agreement with Australian-based airline data and marketing experts: Airhex.
Travelogix will integrate Airhex's multiple airline content into its latest release of Farecast, the airline incentive management platform that enables travel agencies, TMCs and consortia track the performance of their airline overrides and commercial contracts. The new release will include a refresh of the Farecast user interface. Users will be able to view statistics, data and graphics, plus additional content that will improve their experience.
Travelogix have confirmed the updated Farecast user interface and airline content will be automatically implemented and made available to all subscribers as part of the scheduled November release.
Chris Lewis, Founder & CEO of Travelogix commented: “We always aim to provide users with a premium user experience in our products. The new user interface provides vital at-a-glance statistics relating to the progress and achievement rates of airline incentives.
Furthermore, the integration with Airhex guarantees that our airline content is always up to date and reliable, allowing us to fetch the most recent updates directly from their content-rich API.
My team and I are extremely excited by this agreement and once again it strengthens the position of both parties within the data and aviation sectors.”
Nikita Kirginstev, founder of Airhex, commented: “Here at Airhex we help hundreds of travel and travel tech companies to improve their air-travel data. The partnership with Travelogix will help us reach our ultimate mission – “to make the online travel experience better.”
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