Zeno is designed for travelers to self-book, and it supports Travel Arrangers booking for their teams and making Guest Bookings.
Multi-Pax Bookings are a key differentiator in Zeno, allowing you to book multiple travelers on a single trip in a snap, streamlining the booking process for multiple travelers going to the same place on the same itinerary.
Travel Arrangers go through the booking process just once, but the best part is that Zeno creates separate reservations (PNRs) for each traveler. This provides reporting integrity and avoids troubles with change management for multiple passengers on the same itinerary.
Designed around the concept of a unified travel experience, Zeno lets you connect together as many modes of travel as possible into a single screen itinerary.
To start with you select what modes you want for this trip. Zeno’s AI personalization engine will remember what modes you normally select. So if you never book a rental car, you don’t have to deselect that option every time – it's going to remember that.
Zeno’s multi-source search engine integrates air, rail, hotel and rental car content from the Global Distribution System as well as NDC content from airlines like Southwest and Air Canada and direct connections to suppliers like booking.com and Expedia.
All content options are firstly filtered by the corporate travel policy and then shortlisted based on traveler preferences.
Zeno remembers your home location and most frequently visited destinations.
For the self-drive demo, we’ve set New York as the origin and chosen some sample cities but you can see the full search capability in a 1 on 1 demo.