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Trustís yourVoyager CRS for Hotels Now Available in Japanese

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Trust Internationalís yourVoyager Central Reservation System for hotels is now available in Japanese.

The new Japanese language version is the first of several Asian language versions being developed by Trust, and marks a substantial investment in the rapidly expanding Asian travel industry for the company.

ďJapan is a very important market for Trust International. We are building a strong foundation for growth with both existing and new customers in this market as demonstrated by our launch of the customized version of yourVoyager and the concurrent development of several other solutions,Ē said Richard Wiegmann, Managing Director, Trust International.

Trustís yourVoyager fully supports multibyte character sets that enable data entry and content display in Japanese for all aspects of the reservation process, including room and rate details entered in the hotel-based CRS. The fully customized booking solution includes all features adapted for local Japanese requirements. For example, Japanese guestsí names will appear in Kanji and/or Hiragana.

Rather than merely offering the industry norm of translated static text, Trust is one of the first to translate all other free flow text, text boxes, confirmations, statistics and reports in Japanese and Chinese characters, including Kanji, Hiragana, and Katakana.

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