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Tour Operator Mobile App Tineri Enables Third Party Integrations with Release of API

Wednesday, January 31, 2018 4:28 AM
Bangkok, 24 January: Tineri, the award-winning mobile solution for tour operators, DMCs and other travel providers, today announced the release of its API, which will enable third party solutions to integrate with its content management system.

Built on the principles of RESTful API architecture, the Tineri API is designed to receive data in JSON format which is then fed into Tineri’s CMS system, allowing tour operators with existing reservations/operations systems to use Tineri’s sleek, stylish mobile solution without having to enter data into the Tineri CMS. Users can ‘connect’ the two systems either by creating API requests, using a third-party API solution (such as Postman), or by adding a dedicated Tineri API UI in their own solution, to easily upload their own itinerary content to the app.


As well as the release of the API, Tineri will shortly complete its integration with well-known tour operator solution Travel Studio, a product developed by Tineri’s majority stakeholders, UK travel technology specialists Open Destinations.


“We’re very excited at the release of this key new development” said Tim Russell, Tineri’s founder. “We know how busy tour operators are and so being able to integrate their existing systems with Tineri will help them keep file handling time to a minimum, enabling them to provide their own itinerary content and a hugely enhanced service to their clients without too much extra effort.”


The API is just the first in an upcoming series of new Tineri developments including multi-language versions, full DMC B2B functionality, and mobile/PDF quotations. To find out more about Tineri, visit www.tineriapp.com, download the latest Tineri brochure, or email sales@tineriapp.com.

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