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Expedia TAAP Announces New Travel Agents Platform for Irish Affiliates

Expedia TAAP Announces New Travel Agents Platform for Irish Affiliates

Expedia TAAP announced on Thursday 29th August the launch of its new site for Irish travel agents. This is part of a global platform to be deployed worldwide and Ireland is the first market to benefit from it. Expedia TAAP Logo

“Travel agents will love the new Expedia TAAP platform,” said Mirco De Pellegrin, who heads up the Expedia TAAP in Europe. “The new platform has been designed to deliver consistent benefits to our Affiliates through easy, simple access to the Expedia booking engine and simpler reporting functionality.”

Important news for agents is the redesigned single login feature and seamless navigation through the TAAP booking and reporting features now integrated into the Expedia.ie page. This means a 100% intuitive process for agents to now book and manage their commission with a handful of clicks.

Additional features to help travel agents and agency mangers are in the pipeline for release in the coming months. More information about the Expedia Travel Agencies Affiliate Programme in Ireland can be found on www.expedia.ie/TAAP. The former www.expedia.ie/travelagents URLs are still valid and direct to the new platform as well.

Expedia TAAP is supported locally by ATTS Travel Representation Solutions. ATTS provides on the ground local contact for account sales and support to Expedia TAAP enquiries. ATTS can be reached via email at: [email protected] or phone: 01 517 1525.

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NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, editor and proofreader for 53 years, and ITTN's News & Features Editor for 43 years. His travel blog is at www.thetravelbuddhist.com.

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