For the next six months, we’re focused on enhancing the functionality and usability of the system, from expanding the feature set of the system to simplifying existing workflows, to improving the look and feel of the system you use and depend on.
One way to improve the functionality of the system is by stabilising current integrations with 3rd party systems like Zapier. In the coming months, you can expect fewer bugs and problems occurring over time.
The Channel Manager is another feature we’re working on, again to stabilise the integration between TrekkSoft and the existing online marketplaces we work with. In January 2019, we will begin to build API connections with other online marketplaces like Aoliday.
When it comes to improving your workflows within TrekkSoft, we’ll be redesigning much of the software, starting with the most frequently used parts of the system. We’ve based our changes on feedback received from user testing sessions conducted over the last few months.
To kick this off, the team will be laying the groundwork (i.e. building the endpoints for our internal API connection) for both the POS desk and mobile app. Then, in January 2019, we will begin developing features such as Shop Items (allowing you to sell products from your shop) and Packages (enabling you to sell packages on-the-go).
To improve the usability of the Admin desk, we will start with redesigning the Bookings Overview section, followed by the Schedule and Manifest section. This is due to be completed in March 2019.
Finally, with the feedback received from customers who have tested out the new Checkout process (also known as the Booking Widget)(also, thank you!), we will continue to refine the checkout process to ensure that your checkout process is optimised for bookings and payments.
If you have any thoughts, comments, or feedback about the product roadmap, feel free to leave a comment below. We’d love to hear your thoughts about this.
TrekkSoft’s Product Team
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