SideStep powers washingtonpost search

SideStep are signing a distribution partnership with
washingtonpost.com, the award-winning news and information Web site. The
partnership brings SideStep’s award-winning search technology to
washingtonpost.com, enabling its readers to take advantage of dynamic,
real-time access to the most comprehensive online travel search
information available - more than 600 airlines, 170,000 hotels and
30,000 car rental locations worldwide.

The SideStep search box on washingtonpost.com includes air, hotel, car,
vacation package and activities search functionalities. The offering
pairs unbeatable breadth of information with incredible depth by
searching a broad network of travel resources, including major suppliers
like American Airlines and Hilton hotels as well as low-cost suppliers
such as JetBlue and Holiday Inn.

“SideStep is thrilled to extend our award-winning travel search
capabilities to the 8 million+ monthly readers of washingtonpost.com,”
said Rob Solomon, president and CEO, SideStep, Inc. “The incorporation
of SideStep’s search function into washingtonpost.com creates a robust
travel resource that allows its readers to leverage a broad range of
travel-related content and assets.”

“SideStep’s travel search is an excellent addition to our popular travel
section,” said Jim Brady, Executive Editor, washingtonpost.com. “We are
pleased to offer comprehensive access to travel information and deals
alongside the top-quality, interactive content and insight
washingtonpost.com readers expect.”

In addition to offering its price comparison services via SideStep.com
and the SideStep Toolbar, SideStep also powers travel search services
for Discovery Travel Media’s TravelChannel.com, Forbes’ luxury travel
Web site ForbesTraveler.com, and Web portal Orange in the United
Kingdom. 
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