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Softvoyage, Uplift Team Up For Agents

Softvoyage and Uplift are teaming up to help travel advisors bring installment payments to more Canadian travellers.

The alliance between the two companies will provide a simple way for travel advisors to ultilize travel financing via Sirev in the booking process. It will also give advisors a tool to attract new clients and create new revenue streams.

Denise Heffron, managing director at Uplift, said: “We truly are excited about this partnership, it opens up new opportunities for advisors and will change how our nation looks at travel.”

She continued: “By leveraging Sirev’s cutting edge technology, we’re able to reach more Canadians and provide travel advisors with quick and easy access to Uplift. Sirev is Canada’s premier shopping and booking tool for the agency community and it’s an honour to join forces with Softvoyage.”

With its accessible travel payment solution, Uplift enables travel providers to offer installment payments to their customers, making travel more accessible for Canadian travellers.

In conjunction with Softvoyage, Uplift offers a custom-tailored solution for travel agents, making travel more affordable and rewarding for their clients.

Dan Langevin, vice president of sales and marketing of Softvoyage said: “We are very pleased to join forces with the team at Uplift. We are always looking for ways to innovate and enhance our offerings for the travel community especially in these unprecedented times and believe this partnership will do just that.”

And he added: “Like Softvoyage, Uplift specializes in travel – together our companies have a deep understanding of both travel and technology. It’s a winning a combination”.

In addition to offering Uplift financing through Sirev, Softvoyage is also making Uplift available to their partners whose consumer websites they host.

Said Langevin: “This will allow Softvoyage’s clients to remain at the forefront of development and distribution.”

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