Are you ready for a change in 2021?
The name Nezasa may not be the most instantly recognized as yet, but it has not stopped this award-winning travel technology company from making waves in the Americas
Aimed at the Tour Operator, Travel Agent and DMC space, their state-of-the-art trip planning and booking platform - “Tripbuilder” - gives travel providers a fast, flexible tool to create and personalise itineraries, packages and trips, with built in supply for both the domestic and international sales. An adaptable one-stopshop much needed in the current uncertain business climate.
Founded in 2012, Nezasa – named after one of Mother Nature’s strongest and most flexible types of plant –has just secured millions in additional funding to take its suite of products to the next level.
Already partnering with some of Europe’s biggest and most recognized tour operators, the company began its push into the Americas at the start of this year with its low cost and low risk model that takes the complexity out of planning and booking packages and multi product trips. Since then, the company has gained traction in both North and South America, with Tripbuilder appealing to travel providers of all sizes and focus, with its built-in marketplace supply offering both global and regional products.
“We thrive on keeping it simple and efficient” said Nezasa CEO and co-founder Manuel Hilty. “We’re offering an easy to use, intuitive system, fully functional as is, or able to be customised to our partners’ needs”.
With 2020 being a year of planning and testing of travel softwares and technologies by many travel operators, Nezasa has ensured companies can continue to try out the TripBuilder Essential model during a 2-month free trial and discover the power of the tool themselves. This continues now into 2021, so potential partners have a breathing space as they see business return.
“Our focus continues to show how Tripbuilder can bring value”, commented Manuel, "to learn from our partners and adapt the model where we can to suit the different market demands".