Atlas Ocean Voyages Selects Rescompany Systems for New Adventure Cruise Company’s Booking Platform
Rescompany Systems Ltd. (Resco) is pleased to announce a partnership with Atlas Ocean Voyages to supply the new adventure cruise company’s booking platform. The agreement includes Resco’s Central Reservations (CRS) Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Agency Web & Manifest Portals and Business Intelligence modules.
“We looked at a variety of solutions and Resco offered the customizations and scalability that our small-ship luxury adventure cruise brand needs,” said Alberto Aliberti, President of Atlas Ocean Voyages. “We look forward to opening our reservations using Resco’s Central Reservations system.”
Capitalising on the executive team’s decades of travel and cruise industry experience, Rescompany is the only platform tailored to specifically address the technology needs of the cruise and travel sectors. Whether implementing Rescompany’s complete software suite as a stand-alone platform or integrating its modules seamlessly with third-party interfaces, Resco’s intuitive technology provides clients with an ever-evolving 360° view of the customer journey – shore to ship and beyond.
Atlas Ocean Voyages (Previously Mystic Cruises USA) is innovating the cruise industry by focusing on authentic, active and adventurous experiences in some of the world’s most captivating destinations, such as Antarctica, Baltic, Mediterranean, and Central and South America.
The line’s luxurious and intimate small ships will bring inspired travelers on exciting itineraries for invigorating, at-sea and shoreside adventures, while employing the latest sustainability technology to help preserve the waters they ply for future generations to enjoy. Atlas Ocean Voyages’ World Navigator is currently under construction at WestSea Viana shipyard in Portugal and scheduled to launch in mid-2021.
Rescompany Systems Ltd offers shore and ship software solutions that provide the same competitive tools to small and medium-sized operators that are accessible to large corporations while keeping systems affordable and resource-efficient.