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TourRadar has found an additional way to support its partners after recognizing a major pain point of tour operators worldwide. They have made it easy for small to medium tour operators to process payment WITHOUT having to go through a costly and time consuming merchant process that can take months, by unveiling a fully-secure and easy-to-implement Book & Pay Button.
TourRadar is now a one-stop solution for small and medium sized tour operators, allowing them to process online bookings directly from their own website as well as through its established marketplace. It’s simple to use: when a traveler is ready to book a tour, they click the fully customizable “Book & Pay” button on the operator’s website, directing them to their branded payment page on TourRadar. By utilizing the TourRadar secure payment process, it’s easy to put through payments without having to develop a costly platform.
For these operators, integrating the Book & Pay Button could be transformational. By utilizing the TourRadar secure payment process, all major currencies and credit cards can be accepted along with full PCI compliance and no setup or monthly fees. On top of that, it’s at an industry low transaction fee of 2.9%, compared to others over 3.9%.
“What’s great about the Book & Pay Button is that we can continue to help the small and medium sized operators increase online bookings,” said Travis Pittman, CEO and Co-founder at TourRadar. “It’s a huge advantage for these operators. What we’ve created is a simple, less costly way to accept bookings and payments from travelers worldwide, directly from the operator’s existing websites.”
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