As it is now entering peak season time for many rafting companies, it is exciting to announce that this is the third season that Arctic Reservations has helped different rafting and adventure companies manage their reservations, trips, customers and billing. And although the blog has been quiet recently, the software has been anything been static. There have been new features and new reports introduced, as well as new modules developed and many improvements to the interface for the software.
But the blog has been neglected, so over the coming few weeks, I will aim to write posts highlighting many of these (already older) new features.
With our third season underway, I would also like to personally thank our existing clients for their feedback. It has all helped craft Arctic Reservations into – at least in my opinion – an exceptional reservation management program. And, in addition, there are still many ideas yet to be implemented, giving us a clear development road-map for the software for the coming seasons. It will be exciting to see what comes next…
If you haven’t tried out Arctic Reservations, let me encourage you to take a look through our demonstration version.
The Arctic Reservations Software has won first place in the commercial category for this year’s WebFest Competition. WebFest is a USC sponsored program that gives awards to the best projects in four different categories. This year marked the most submissions yet, so the announcement of first place comes as quite an honor. Thanks to all our great customers for your excellent feedback and suggestions!
This was back in March… I was waiting in hopes that they would update their website to show the winners for the different categories, but it does not seem like its going to happen for a while.
The comment feature for the blog are available once again. Sorry about that being off for a day!
Our new sales website went live today. Just the design that is. Some of the pages still need to be tweaked and updated. The new design is much more graphic and, in general, pleasing to use (I think). As part of the change, the blog now matches the rest of the sales website design. Please note that the blog URL has updated to: arcticreservations.com/blog. The old URL will continue to redirect visitors for the time being. In addition, this means the feed has moved to arcticreservations.com/blog/atom.xml. If you are using the feed to get the latest news, make sure you update your subscription, as the old link will be taken offline eventually.
Notes: The pricing page has been removed. Information on pricing can now be found in the Frequently Asked Questions section.
We would love to hear your comments on the new design.