Allbus Launches Sengerio USA for Bus Charter Companies and Their Travel Partners
Sengerio simplifies the collaboration between travel agents and bus charter providers.
SAN FRANCISCO, USA, August 21, 2017 (Newswire.com) - The start-up Allbus, announces the USA launch of Sengerio, the first complete cloud software for the entire business management and business development of bus charter companies.
Sengerio is the launchpad for a bus charter company to grow because management becomes simple and secure and the business becomes instantly scalable.
The direct connection through Sengerio with travel agents, tour operators, group travel and event planners, and corporations build stronger relationships and networks, prevent errors and creating more efficient and streamline businesses.
Sengerio improves and simplifies the world of the bus charter, minibus and limo service. Booking, scheduling, managing vehicles and drivers, invoicing, communication, customer service and reports are all integrated, making any other software unnecessary to run the business.
To further increase the quality of service to the customers, Sengerio is integrated with Stripe to accept payment online, and drivers can accept credit card payments onboard the vehicle. Sengerio is integrated with Twilio to send an SMS when the driver arrives, along with the driver's information.
From a single glance at Sengerio Dashboard, a customer has a clear vision of the company. Accessible anywhere, on any device, Sengerio connects all of the team members and improves communication, in real-time.
Sengerio is free to join and is operational within two minutes. Its simple and intuitive design make it easy to learn and use, giving everyone in the company the opportunity to participate in the company’s growth.
“We connect people and transportation." with this MTP, Allbus develops technologies for marketing, sales, and management of passengers transportation. Allbus was born in 2000 to help transport businesses to take advantage of the opportunities provided by the internet to improve access to transport.
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