|October 16, 2014|
Travel Tech Announces Launch of Redesigned Website
|The Travel Technology Association (Travel Tech), the trade association for technology leaders in the travel marketplace, has announced the launch of its redesigned website, TravelTech.org. Using engaging visuals, interactive timelines, and "shareable" infographics, the new platform offers a unique and informative look at the vital roll travel intermediaries play in the travel economy.|
"Travel Tech members are the leaders in creating cutting-edge technologies that make travel happen, it's time we had an association website that reflects that innovative spirit," said Travel Tech President Steve Shur. "Our travel innovators have quite literally created the marketplace in which a traveler can search, compare, and book travel options within seconds and in the palm of their hand. The engaging new site tells that story and highlights the incredible contributions our members make to benefit consumers and the entire technology community."
Features of the new website include:
- A streamlined, easy-to-navigate structure to enhance search and mobile use;
- New member pages offering an in-depth look at our membership and their value to the travel marketplace;
- Archived editions of the newly launched policy newsletter, the Travel Tech Passport [Sign up HERE];
- An interactive "history of travel innovation" timeline;
- Shareable infographics and design elements; and
- A media library that provides numerous tools and resources including blogs, releases and statements, and articles.
The Travel Technology Association is the trade association for the travel technology industry, and is dedicated to promoting public policy that helps connects consumers and travel providers, eliminates barriers to travel, and protects the traveling public.
Travel Tech members include: Orbitz, Expedia, Priceline, Sabre, Amadeus, Travelport, Airbnb, HomeAway, TripAdvisor, Fareportal, and Vegas.com.