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SilverRail rail travel technology How SilverRail has been leveling up its technical game
SilverRail rail travel technology 10 months ago

SilverRail Technologies is striving to unify the booking and management of rail travel across multiple, fragmented, outdated systems. The company’s consumer-facing efforts …

 
 
Peek Pro 2 years ago

Peek is a San Francisco startup that launched to fanfare at a rooftop party in autumn 2012. It’s a tours-and-activities platform with …

 
 
2 years ago

Seattle was the latest stop on the THack global travel hackathon train — and, despite the town’s reputation for a consistent light …

 
 
FLYR 3 years ago

Flyr, the San Francsico-based airfare forecasting startup, is expanding to Europe in early 2015, thanks to a $500,000 equity investment from Axa …

 
 
Sell Tonight 3 years ago

Expedia Inc is adding a “Sell Tonight” function to Expedia PartnerCentral (EPC), the extranet that hotel managers use to upload room and …

 
 
3 years ago

Mexico City-based LastRoom.com recently pivoted from courting leisure travelers as the “Latin American HotelTonight” to a business-to-business (B2B) model. Here’s why — …

 
 
Voyat 3 years ago

Investors are still bullish on hotel business-to-business technology. Voyat, a B2B tool for hotel owners that brings actionable customer data through a …

 
 
base7booking 3 years ago

Like many hoteliers years ago, Frank Martin, the owner of Le Bourg 7 — a boutique bed-and-breakfast in Lutry, Switzerland — found …

 
 
GetGoing 3 years ago

In summer 2012, San Francisco startup GetGoing left the famed Y Combinator accelerator as a consumer-focused company. In May 2013, GetGoing (TLabs, …

 
 
SilverRail 3 years ago

SilverRail Technologies, a business-to-business platform for train ticketing, has raised $40 million in a new venture capital round meant to fast-track its …

 
 
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