As domestic and digital tourism turn into a lifeline for travel providers, the need for technological transformation has never been more urgent. Yet, many traditional operators continue to struggle with the costs and usability of e-commerce systems, restricting the distribution of their products at this critical time.
Enter KKday. Not only has the booking platform helped its partners develop new unique offerings for their domestic markets – including glamping with manatees and virtual prayers at Bangkok’s Erawan Shrine – it has also made the platform more accessible and seamless.
Creating a legacy system for tourism providers is an important step in helping the industry recover and thrive, expressed KKday’s co-founder and executive vice-president, Liu Wei Chun. Hear more from Liu in this episode of TTG Conversations: Innovator Chat.