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Launch of Pay-as-you-Go plans from Pathfndr

Author: Theodore Koumelis / Date: Wed, 12/29/2021 - 09:45
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Software as a Service for travel advisors.

BANGALORE - Pathfndr – The No-code, Artificial Intelligence-powered Travel Operating System, announced the launch of a monthly subscription plan for travel advisors across the globe. AI for everyone in travel has been built around the philosophy of open data for everyone and this announcement marks an important step towards our goal of harnessing the power of data to improve businesses, especially post COVID-19 travel era.

Announcing the launch offer for the travel advisors, Pathfndr – Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Mr Varun Gupta said “We believe that in complex products like travel, an omni-channel strategy is the only lasting strategy. Pathfndr unlocks and democratizes access to Augmented Intelligence products for travel trade partners who were previously kept away from technology innovation due to the high price of entry. We have curated 3 plans based on our B2B partners’ needs, Pathfndr Lite for new travel advisors or small agencies; Pathfndr Pro for mid -sized Travel Agencies; and Pathfndr Enterprise for Large Agencies with deep integration/ customization requirements.”

Commercials are based on features of Intellectual Property, Product Inventory, Personalization Options, Onboarding & Service & Operations Control. The monthly subscription plan for Pathfndr Lite starts as low as Rs 750 + taxes or USD 14 for our international partners. Coupled with attractive discounts for paying annually (25% discount), this makes this an irresistible offer for our valued global travel advisor community. The entire booking engine comes with dynamic real-time inventory, prices, payment gateway and last-minute availability. No initial investment and no long-term commitment. 

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Theodore Koumelis

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Theodore is the Co-Founder and Managing Editor of TravelDailyNews Media Network; his responsibilities include business development and planning for TravelDailyNews long-term opportunities.