Resort Reservations Network, RRN, a destination-focused, online central reservation booking company, has launched RezolutionT, a new reservation system with 6 patents pending that allows travelers to plan their entire vacation from a single website.
RezolutionT allows customers to easily book their complete vacation online, including hotel, airfare, ground transportation, and even activities. Travelers can take virtual tours of destinations and preview vacation activities and accommodations as they plan their trip.
Puerto Vallarta Resort Reservations is the first Resort Reservations NetworkRN destination to fully utilize the RezolutionT software. It will be integrated with another 12 destinations by January 2002. Resort Reservations Network, a division of the Intrawest Corporation, provides an integrated call center and online booking travel planning to premier resort destinations through rezrez.com. Through partnerships and expansions, Resort Reservations Network expects to have RezolutionT powering central reservation websites for will be serving more than 40 mountain, beach and city destinations by the end of 2002.
RezolutionT saves time for online travelers by allowing them to add, change or delete items in their itinerary without starting over, while other travel websites often returns customers to the beginning of the booking if they alter their vacation plans. If a customer encounters any difficulties, Resort Reservations Network`s integrated call center provides immediate assistance from a vacation consultant with first-hand knowledge via a toll-free phone call, Web call-back or Web-chat.
Resort Reservations Network is a division of Intrawest Corporation, who announced on Friday that it plans to hold a special general meeting to consider a special resolution to approve the continuance of the company under the Canada Business Corporations Act (CBCA). The meeting will be held on January 14, 2002. An information circular will be mailed to shareholders in December.
Intrawest is currently governed by the British Columbia Company Act. A company subject to that act, may, if authorized by special resolution and the Registrar of Companies of British Columbia, apply to the director under the CBCA for a certificate of continuance. Management believes that the continuance will permit Intrawest to take advantage of the more modern corporate law procedures provided by the CBCA. In light of the national and international scope of Intrawest`s affairs, and the amendments being made to the CBCA scheduled to come into force prior to the meeting, Intrawest`s management believes it is appropriate to continue under the CBCA.