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Calling all tourism operators

Our Xero network continues to grow and one of the interesting parts of my job at Xero is identifying new opportunities and industries to work with.

We have a number of tourism operators using Xero which led me to think about what system would these tourism operators be using for their online bookings, and how could we make their lives even easier?

BookIt is the premier online booking processing service for the tourism industry, providing solutions for many of New Zealand’s leading tourism companies including Tourism Holdings, New Zealand Tourism Online and Christchurch Airport. Suppliers of tourism products including accommodation, activities, tours and transport can benefit from the increased exposure that BookIt offers through the reseller network or use the BookIt system on their own website to take direct bookings.

The BookIt system automates many routine tasks including payments, settlements, vouchering, cancellations, amendments and invoicing. We are working with the team at BookIt to take this one step further by integrating with Xero. If you would like to participate in trialling this integration then we’d love to hear from you – please contact us on network@xero.com.

 

5 comments

James L
6 November 2008 #

Xero for churches? Surely Xero is Ideal for this market

Larissa Paris
6 November 2008 #

Absolutely James! Xero is a great fit for Churches and the non profit sector. We already have a growing number onboard.

Xavier F
6 November 2008 #

I’d wait pushing that until the Australian launch announcement is finished with =]

Jon
23 July 2012 #

Does this integration exist?

Ronan Quirke
24 July 2012 #

@Jon the Bookit integration no longer exists (I guess nearly 4 years is a long time in online software!). We now have a number of alternatives in our Add-on directory including Booking Bug (http://www.bookingbug.com/xero) Tymwise (http://www.tymwise.com/) and Checkfront (http://www.checkfront.com/xero-addon/)

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