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Creative Holidays Improves UX In Website Version 3.1

September 23, 2015 Tech No Comments Email Email

As part of its ongoing investment in technology to make travel simple, Creative Holidays has released version 3.1 of its Agent booking engine, The improved UX will help Agents manage their clients’ budgets better, provide them with improved documentation, and create quotes and itineraries even faster.

James Gaskell, Managing Director, Creative Holidays said: “Following fantastic feedback on our booking engine from Agents, not to mention record results, we’re pleased to reveal the next phase with version 3.1. The enhancements all focus on ease of use for Agents.

Our expert team of developers have worked on a more streamlined approach to the hotel search and shopping-cart functionality to even further reduce the number of clicks and time it takes for Agents to create a quote or booking, plus documentation improvements to now display items by individual passenger names.

We are confident that the improved UX, in addition to our aggregated global content from the world’s biggest names in travel, competitive pricing, fantastic customer deals, low $100 deposit and flexible payment terms will help Agents win business and close deals.

We’re really excited about this round of enhancements and will continue to evolve the Agent booking engine, along with the business as a whole. Our dedication to making travel simple remains at the core of what we do, and I’m pleased to see more and more Agents recognise this through our growing numbers and positive feedback.”

Agents can login at using the username they received via email or create a new agency account.

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