AmaWaterways, operator of a fleet of 21 award-winning river cruise ships in Europe, Asia and Africa, has implemented Versonix’ Seaware global reservation and revenue management system for all sailings from January 1, 2016 onward.
“We are very pleased to start benefitting from the flexibility and capabilities of the Versonix Seaware system” said Walter Littlejohn, Vice President of Reservations of AmaWaterways. “We have an unrivalled dedication to our travel agency partners and the sophisticated and robust Seaware reservation platform will allow us to greatly enhance the level of service we provide to retailers.
Travel agents will see immediate benefits just by using the online booking engine on our Travel Agent Portal. 24×7 agents can both book and modify individual and group reservations, providing a valuable tool for agents to easily sell our river cruises and earn more commission.
With Versonix’ assistance, we were able to implement Seaware in just three months from contract signing, which is remarkable considering the complexity of our business.”
Yuri Polissky, Chief Operating Officer of Versonix, said, “Versonix is very delighted to see that AmaWaterways realizes the great benefits of Seaware immediately after deploying.”
AmaWaterways offers award-winning river cruises around the world, including Europe, Southeast Asia and Africa. The company has received numerous honors and accolades over the years, including Travel + Leisure’s World’s Best Awards, Cruise Critic’s Editors’ Pick Award and an overall 4-Star Plus rating in the inaugural Berlitz: River Cruising in Europe.
Versonix is headquartered in California’s Silicon Valley. In business for nearly 30 years, Versonix provides leading edge system solutions to the travel and transportation industries. Versonix’ Seaware is considered by industry observers as the ultimate in real-time travel reservations systems with built-in sales, marketing, revenue and yield management capabilities. For more information please visit www.versonix.com or telephone +1 (408) 873-3141.