TourConnect and Tour32 Launch Automated Rate Loading Integration

TourConnect and Tour32 to eliminate manual data entry of static rates

We are very excited to announce our integration with Tour32 is live. The integration between TourConnect and Tour32 means Tour32 clients no longer have to manually load annual rates for the hotels and tours they sell. Please see the announcement below for details on this next step towards making the tourism industry more efficient.

TourConnect & Tour32 Integration Announcement

TourConnect, the software company focused on B2B tools for travel trade, and Tour32, a leading tour operator software provider, have announced that their ground breaking integration is live. The integration enables tour operators to automatically upload annual supplier rates into their booking management system, significantly reducing the time and expense that comes with manual data entry.

With the TourConnect integration, Tour32 customers can:
• Instantly load rates into Tour32 with the touch of a button
• Save money by reducing costs associated with manually loading annual rates
• Load more products, with better information, faster
• Track the end-to-end annual contracting process – from requesting rates, to receiving rates, to reviewing rates, to loading rates

“Our goal is to not only connect travel suppliers with the tour operators and agents that sell their products, but to also give them tools to manage their businesses effectively,” said Michael Herrmann, Founding Partner at TourConnect. “The Tour32 integration will get more product to market faster, and with better information.”

Tour operators can arrange a demo with TourConnect by emailing a demo request to


Mike Herrmann

Author Mike Herrmann

After beginning his career in technology, Mike moved to Sydney in 2004 to start Bonza Bike Tours. His unique combination of experience in software development and tourism helped form the vision for TourConnect. While wearing out the airspace between the US and Australia, Mike has also become an expert in sleeping in uncomfortable chairs and B-grade movies.

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