Digital Travel Summit delegates will be able to experience demonstrations of CodeGen’s new, industry-leading Artificial Intelligence-led solutions – AI Platform.
Visitors can look forward to viewing the cutting-edge online solutions that employ natural language processing and machine learning for more intelligent search results. By tailoring the offers to the individual user Operators can offer the right product to the right person at the right time.
An innovative platform for collection and analysis of customer feedback, Review Spotter gives operators a unique insight to what their clients are saying about the places they visit and display that feedback online to help increase conversion rates
A personalisation engine which analyses client profile data. Combining with tools to mine data from multiple sources it collects destination knowledge and review data in order to provide personalised product offerings that enable better conversion rates and, ultimately, better margins
Revenue Management dashboards can be customised to clients’ bespoke requirements and gather data from multiple touch points to provide valuable insights like competitor price comparison and look to book data in order to make intelligent pricing recommendations.
These innovative AI solutions can be seamlessly integrated with CodeGen’s signature, state-of-the-art reservation platform, TravelBox, which is used by global travel industry giants.
Mark Melzack, senior sales manager, CodeGen, explains:
“The Digital Travel Summit is the perfect place for us to showcase our new artificial intelligence led tools. As we saw in the recent EyeforTravel research into emerging technologies, machine learning and AI is what excites people most with chatbots and natural language processing coming second. These are developments we’ve been investing in for some time and we’re incredibly proud of the AI Platform products and our continued position at the forefront of global travel technology innovation. We’re looking forward to demonstrating our revolutionary platforms to visitors.”