Frequently asked questions

Can I integrate TripBuilder into my existing Website?

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Yes, please refer to the question: What is an IBE?

What is an IBE?

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Integration of our planning and booking engine TripBuilder into customer’s consumer website. It is based on an iframe-approach, and can be added into any website, with the help of our Discovery API.

Is TripBuilder integrated with any CRM?

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No, however it can be connected via our API.

What are the benefits of a white-label solution?

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A white-label solution is a product or service that is produced by one company and then rebranded by another, making it appear as if they had developed it. The benefits of a white-label solution include:

Cost savings: White-labelling allows companies to purchase pre-existing products or services at a lower cost, rather than developing them in-house.
Time savings: With a white-label solution, companies do not have to spend time and resources developing a product or service from scratch.
Increased branding opportunities: White-labelling allows companies to put their own brand on a product or service, increasing brand awareness and customer loyalty.
Flexibility: White-label solutions are typically customisable, allowing companies to make changes to the product or service to better suit their needs.
Scalability: Companies can scale up or down their usage of white-label solutions as their needs change.

Do I need to download or install anything?

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Nezasa’s solutions are cloud-based applications, so there is no need to download or install anything.

What is a distribution channel?

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Every TripBuilder instance is based on a default distribution channel, which serves as the main sales channel for your travel brand.

Additional distribution channels allow customers to sell under different brands, to different target markets or to create different channels between B2B or B2C.

What is bookable and non-bookable content?

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Bookable content refers to products that can be reserved or purchased through our online booking system. Examples of bookable content include hotel rooms, airline tickets, rental cars, and vacation packages. It is a way for customers to easily reserve or purchase a product or service, and for businesses to manage reservations and sales.

Non-bookable content (NBC) refers to an informative content which cannot be booked. Examples of non-bookable content are descriptions and pictures of travel products (bookable content), ratings and destination information.