A ‘seamless experience’, ‘easy to use’ and ‘flexible’ – they’re just some of the words being used to describe Ready Rooms after completing an extreme makeover.

The new and improved platform was relaunched at the Helloworld Travel Owner Managers Conference (OMC) in Adelaide over the weekend, where leaders gave consultants a first-hand look at the all-new interface.

One of the biggest changes to the platform is the improved search functionality that allows consultants to type in a hotel name and see results filtered  by a nightly rate price slider. Results also feature improve map search and functions, hotel availability on selected dates and the ability to hide prices in a customer view.

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The team at Helloworld Travel gleefully unveil the upgraded platform.

Ready Rooms also allows consultants to amend partially paid bookings through amending dates, changing hotels, working on a booking at different points in time and adding transfers or day tours closer to departure dates.

Transfers and Activities have also been separated to make it easier to search each, and there is an added ability to request group rates for 10 plus guests.

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The upgraded platform has been described as ‘easy to use’.

According to Executive Director Helloworld Travel and Head of Wholesaler and Inbound, Cinzia Burnes, said changes were made based on Agent feedback and she expects they will “deliver great results for everyone”.

“We are delighted to launch the all new and improved ReadyRooms.”

Cinzia Burnes, Helloworld Travel Executive Director and Head of Wholesale and Inbound

To celebrate the launch of the all new Ready Rooms, Agents have the opportunity to WIN one of 115 prizes from a prize pool valued over $25,000. Click here to read more about the amazing prizes and view all of the details about the upgrades and what is to come.


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