Meet Reposite, a software-as-a-service startup that wants to help travel representatives of all kinds deal with their day-to-day tasks. While the travel bureau industry is huge, many people who operate in this market still don’t have an excellent system in location to deal with info, orders and interaction.

Reposite wishes to be a one-stop shop for tour operators, occasion planners and more. The platform lets you centralize all info in one repository. It lets you upload customer information and your provider database so that you don’t have to handle with Excel files and good old binders.

Compared to conventional CRM systems, such as Salesforce, Reposite is particularly customized for the travel and events market.

You can invite your providers to sign up with Reposite and upgrade their profile. In this manner, information always stays current. Travel representatives looking for a particular place will have a greater opportunity of finding a particular provider if there’s a lot of information on the profile.

For providers, keeping a Reposite profile shouldn’t be too extensive as you just require to update a single profile. All your travel partners will get the most recent profile immediately.

After that, Reposite assists you remain on top of your tasks. As a travel representative, chances are you invest most of your time connecting with suppliers and clients. You can save email design templates, track your meetings and calls from the platform. There are likewise some task management functions built in, which ought to help you watch on your pipeline.

When you’re ready to go ahead and sign an agreement, you can invoice your clients and pay your providers from Reposite. You can see if there are any pending payment.

The startup is still rather young and just recently raised a seed round of $2.5 million. Liberty City Ventures is leading the round, with Greycroft, Pritzker and Raine likewise getting involved.

While there isn’t a ton of travel activity throughout the pandemic, the start-up believes its item can help the market as a whole for a much better recovery. It ought to certainly help some travel representatives become more effective, which might enhance the bottom line.

Article curated by RJ Shara from Source. RJ Shara is a Bay Area Radio Host (Radio Jockey) who talks about the startup ecosystem – entrepreneurs, investments, policies and more on her show The Silicon Dreams. The show streams on Radio Zindagi 1170AM on Mondays from 3.30 PM to 4 PM.