The timeshare industry is becoming unattractive in the eyes of many consumers and as a result many owners are trying to get out of their timeshares. That’s why those who are involved in this industry are coming up with innovations that will facilitate their operations in the hopes that it will bring back the profitable status of this business. Recently, timeshare software technology leaders, SPI Software said they plan to unveil new web 2.0 initiatives during the upcoming convention being held by the American Resort Development Association.
SPI is a sponsor and exhibitor at the ARDA gathering which will take place on March 14th-18th at the Venetian Resort Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. As part of the company’s OrangeWeb package, the new web-based modules will continue to leverage the SPI’s Microsoft.NET technology platform. The latest modules to be announced will provide Web-based functionality that will assist the timeshare resorts in handling owner servicing, reservations, marketing and sales.
According to Matt Brosious, Vice-president of sales and marketing for SPI, they are very excited to unveil OrangeWeb and to answer the industry need for an integrated web strategy. He added that there is really no longer any need to develop expensive custom web-based timeshare software and they are particularly pleased with the enthusiastic reception the OrangeWeb has garnered from their clients and prospects.
Today, we usually hear many owners who are eager to get rid of their timeshares due to a number of disadvantages. Some even hire a timeshare transfer company such as the Transfer Smart just to get rid of it. However, with the latest of technologies available these days, many stakeholders in this industry come up with an efficient and effective solution that will somehow regain the confidence of its consumers like the one done by SPI Software.