Taiwan-based online booking platform, Rezio, is keen to bring streamlined workflow into more tours and activities businesses in the Southeast Asian market.
Touted as "a one-stop total solution for the experiences industry", Rezio was launched as a pilot by KKday in March 2020 in Taiwan and Japan. The platform aims to connect local tour and activity suppliers to international travellers, as well as digitising their routine operational process to modern online services.
“We are confident that Rezio is ready to facilitate a better workflow and enhance traveller experiences in the Southeast Asian market as we've already supported close to 500 suppliers, tripling the number of activities to over 12,000 in just six months,” indicated Jasmine Lin, chief product officer of Rezio.
“On the exact same standpoint with all the suppliers, Rezio is the central manager that can help suppliers recover from the crisis during the pandemic. There’s no better time to implement such a robust automation engine and to welcome the consumers again with brand new service models,“ added Lin.
The Rezio platform equips each supplier with an exclusive booking website and a multifunctional management dashboard. The integrated system enables the users to sell and distribute their products, organise online orders in a structured way, customise voucher templates with support on multiple redemptions, and push out any adjustments or confirmations to orders on mobile phones.
Rezio is currently offering a one-year free trial for new registrations, which will give complete access to all the function modules in the booking platform.
For users keen to find out more about the platform, Rezio will also organise a new series of live webinars from 27 January to target the Southeast Asian market.