28th October, 2015—Australian-owned travel app Tripigy is joining forces with recreational vehicle giant, Campervan and Motorhome Club of Australia, to launch a highly anticipated platform for adventuring enthusiasts.
To be titled “Geowiki”, the tailored mobile app and coinciding website will allow users to browse through an assortment of specifications and features relevant to their travel experiences. Collaborating to bring a wealth of resources to the table, the team at Tripigy are preparing to spark its partnership with CMCA, offering a highly advantageous platform to CMCA members.
Justin Derry, co-founder of Tripigy, says the partnership will syndicate a pool of world-class data with the huge member base that CMCA carries—inevitably a winning combination.
“This is exciting news for recreational supporters,” says Derry. “Bringing leading technology for the RV and travel industry to CMCA members, all through a valued partnership, CMCA members in Australia will receive exclusive access to a customised version of Tripigy—the upcoming Geowiki”
Tripigy Navigator currently holds the largest dataset in Australia and is continuously growing through New Zealand, with hopes that the company will be set for launch in the US, UK and Germany before the end of 2015. With the introduction of the CMCA member network and over 66,000 members now using Geowiki this ensures that Tripigy is the only up-to-date product for travellers in Australia.
CMCA members will be able to access essential information relating to their planned travels, including a wealth of listings for locations to stay, places to visit and services situated nearby.
The platform will act as an all-in-one, highly unique app that allows easy access to information, even when the user is offline with no internet connection available.
Additional features from Tripigy Navigator will also be at play, with functions boasting capabilities such as offline blogging, trip planning, personal markers and waypoints, high-resolution offline maps and a growing, global social network. Users can share experiences with like-minded travellers from locations all across the globe, as well as view the latest weather updates, Trip Advisor write-ups and member reviews.
“With our relationship with CMCA, this expands our existing, significant membership to over 130,000 members in Australia.
“Tripigy now provides the only moderated and reliable source of information for places to stay in the country. If you’re not a CMCA member using the Tripigy Navigator product ensures you’re getting all the latest travel information available within Australia.”
“We’re excited to have CMCA as one of our key partners in Australia. Working with their membership, we are delivering a new exclusive member benefit to their club members that they can access and both on and offline whilst they travel around the country.”