Great booking system. The team running it is fantastic. Easy to contact and they work fast. They offer most products in Australia, and more and more in New Zealand, Canada and other places in the world.

Digital eQuote

Hero digital Itineraries, Tickets & Receipts

Share quotes & itineraries with your customers easily online

Use Hero’s eQuote feature to generate a unique URL for your customers to view their itinerary and pay online. Perfect for managing sales with customers who are already on tour, in transit or unable to visit you in person.

Share the link with your customers via your preferred messaging platform, such as email, TXT or Facebook Messenger.

Your customers can view their complete itinerary, including product images, descriptions, terms and conditions and cancellation policies.

If changes are needed, simply amend the quote within Hero and the eQuote will be updated automatically – no new link is required.

  • Formatted beautifully for mobile, tablet and desktop.
  • Total package price is shown, inclusive of discounts / fees.
  • Customers can pay securely online, with merchant fees set as customer-payable.

Hero upgrades UX with eye-tracking

Hero upgrades UX with eye-tracking

Hero has teamed up with Sydney-based user experience research agency, UXbridge to enhance its UX design.

At Hero, we provide travel agents & resellers with industry-leading technology to supercharge their sales. In line with this, we regularly engage our agency and vendor partners to test new features and suggest ways to improve our products and services.

Taking this to the next level, we’ve engaged the experts at UXbridge to analyse Hero’s user interface design and propose valuable research findings.

Using eye-tracking technology, visual heat maps and interviews with Hero users, UXbridge can uncover subconscious behavioural insights that are otherwise virtually impossible to identify. Together, we’ll use these findings to enhance our user experience.

To learn more about the UX and eye tracking services provided by UXbridge visit: