Lemax as a tourist export product: Leading Indonesian tour operator starts implementation of Croatian tourism software

first_imgAn interesting fact is that Lemax has only one product of its own, a unique software solution of its own, which is intended for travel agencies and tour operators. The cooperation with Panorama Destitanion continues the global market presence of Lemax, and after Asia Trails, this is another international success and export of Croatian knowledge.”We are proud that Panorama Destination has recognized the quality of our software solution and selected us as a partner for implementation in the global market. We are convinced that full integration will lead to the achievement of customers’ goals. ”  points out Mate Kostovski, director of Lemax. The realization of the contracted phases of Lemax software implementation will enable the Panorama Destination Group to respond faster and more efficiently to incoming inquiries, deliver current offers, faster and more accurate invoicing to customers, all thanks to a fully automated sales flow. Sales and marketing automation tools will increase revenue and profit, and the new automated questionnaire and inquiry confirmation process is expected to increase Panorama Destination’s booking capacity by as much as tenfold.  Lemax today has more than 120 users on all continents except Antarctica Lemax signed the largest single contract with Asian Trails travel agency in Thailand late last year to support the work of more than 700 employees with over 4000 partners and 8 markets that together cover almost a third of the world’s population, a big step towards opening the Asian market. They are also present in nine global markets, which include Iceland, Thailand, the United Arab Emirates, New Zealand, Denmark, the United States, Italy and Mexico.  Mate Kostovski, director of Lemax / Photo: Lemax Lemax is web travel software that automates sales, marketing, operations and finance. For more than 20 years, the Croatian company has created and implemented software solutions for the tourism industry, offering digital business solutions to tour operators and destination management companies (DMC). Today, Lemax software is used by more than 120 users in more than 50 countries on six continents, with a total annual transaction value of € 1,35 billion. center_img RELATED NEWS: As they point out from Lemax, their software will provide greater automation in business, enabling the processing of more bookings with increased efficiency, faster invoicing and reporting, expanding sales channels and maximizing revenue. Lemax, an IT company that develops and sells Lemax software for travel agencies and tour operators in the global market, has started the software implementation process with the leading Indonesian tour operator Panorama Destination to enable the upgrade of the web-based back office system.  Panorama Destination is a leading Indonesian tour operator that TTG Asia, the most popular destination company for MICE, has named the best tour operator in Indonesia. Last year alone, more than 115.000 incoming tourists used the services of one of the group’s offices. Founded in 1999, they employ more than 500 tourism professionals and 250 licensed tour guides specializing in travel services in Indonesia. With branches in key tourist destinations in Sumatra, Java, Bali, Lombok, Flores and Sulawesi, Panorama Destination provides a standardized service throughout the country that they want to modernize and adapt to new travel trends. MATE KOSTOVSKI, DIRECTOR OF LEMAX: WE HAVE ONLY ONE, OWN PRODUCT, AT THE SAME TIME RECOGNIZED ON THE GLOBAL MARKET AS THE LEADER IN THE INDUSTRYlast_img read more

Betty A. Young

first_imgBetty A. Young, 88, passed away on Saturday, December 7, 2019 at Morning Breeze Nursing Home.Born, April 15, 1931 in Oldenburg, she was the daughter of Mathias A. “Matt” and Cleopha C. (Bedel) Werner.Betty was a homemaker.  She was most known for her baking and sewing.  She had worked for Decatur County Memorial Hospital, Margaret Mary Hospital, the Sherman House, and most recently Wal-Mart.She was a member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Greensburg.She was married to Albert E. Young on September 16, 1950 and he preceded her in death on June 6, 2007.Betty is survived by 5 sons; Lawrence (Delores) Young, Edward (Cindy) Young, Anthony Young, Mark (Lorie) Young, Francis (Diana) Young, all of Greensburg, 3 daughters; Ruth (Larry) Rudolf, Mooresville, Mary Jane Scheidler, Greensburg, Esther (Larry) Lamport, Greenfield, 4 brothers; Virgil Werner, Kenny Werner, Uriel “Huey” Werner, Charles Werner, 9 sisters; Sr. Cleopha Werner, Theresa (Jim) Nobbe, Dodie (John) Amberger, Mary (Ray) Merkel, Marty (James) Doll, Regina Lowe, Rita (Francis) Meyer, Carol Schwegman, Ellie (Albert) Amberger, 16 grandchildren, and 30 great grandchildren.She was preceded in death by her parents, husband; Albert Young, son; Harry Young, 2 brothers; Albert Werner, and Jake Werner, sister; Lorene Loretta Brancamp, and 2 granddaughters; Kayla and Ladon Young.Visitation will be held from 4-8:00 p.m. Friday, December 13, 2019 at Porter-Oliger-Pearson Funeral Home in Greensburg with a rosary service starting at 7:30 p.m.Funeral Services will be held at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, December 14, 2019 at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Greensburg with Rev. John Meyer officiating.Burial will follow at St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery in Greensburg, Indiana.Memorials can be made to St. Mary’s Church or to have a Mass in Betty’s honor.Online condolences can be made to the family at www.popfuneralhome.comlast_img read more

Ross Stripling passes tough first-inning test

first_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error LOS ANGELES >> It was almost like walking into a Yellowstone meadow and confronting a bison. With the crowd standing on behalf of the bison.“He’s a monster,” Ross Stripling said of his first-inning encounter with David Ortiz on Saturday. “He takes up the whole box. It was awesome, all the people cheering, but I couldn’t cherish it. I was out there trying to get him out.”Stripling is the rookie right-hander who has survived several false starts to join the Dodgers’ final laps of 2016. Ortiz, of course, is barreling into retirement like hardly any other baseball player ever has.The Dodgers had lost 9-0 on Friday. Now, the first two Red Sox got two singles in a four-pitch span. Stripling had survived a seven-pitch round with future batting champion Xander Bogaerts and struck him out. Later, in the clubhouse, Ellis said, “A lot of times people look at the eighth or ninth inning, but the first inning was the biggest one today.”We’re getting to the point where all these details matter. San Francisco somehow had its identity stolen during the All-Star break, along with its bat rack. The Dodgers, who were supposed to be lost at sea when Clayton Kershaw got hurt, are 20-13 since Kershaw last pitched (June 26). That got them to within two games of the Giants going into Saturday. They now have two paths to the playoffs and would prefer the one that doesn’t match them against, say, Miami’s Jose Fernandez in a one-shot wild-card situation.Stripling got through five innings. Grant Dayton, a 28-year-old pitching his first game in Dodger Stadium, blew away the Red Sox to set up Joe Blanton and Kenley Jansen. In this year of pitching dangerously, new lefty Rich Hill still has enough blister worries to get today’s start postponed. So everything counts.“That changeup to Leon was the biggest pitch,” Stripling said. “He’s locked in, he wasn’t chasing. So I just gripped it and ripped it and fooled him a little bit. “The Bogearts at-bat was a heckuva battle, too. He fouled off everything. The curve finally made him chase. And then Bradley took a tough 3-and-1 cutter, didn’t swing, took the walk. It was a long first inning. My back was against the wall from the beginning. “Stripling hadn’t started for the Dodgers since May 19. He only came up from Oklahoma City when Bud Norris got hurt. He had a 4.85 ERA as a Dodger starter and the numbers showed he turned into a pumpkin after 75 pitches. “I’m trying to show that’s not really a thing,” he said, smiling. He was in the process of throwing a no-hitter in his major league debut when he was lifted after his 100th pitch. He also spent some idle time at Camelback Ranch with what was called “lower body fatigue.” He is a Tommy John survivor and a former Texas A&M teammate of the Cardinals’ Michael Wacha. Stability would be a new and foreign thing, but he’s looking forward to it.“Being in the rotation and the bullpen has kept me on my toes,” Stripling said. “You help in any way you can.”Meanwhile, Corey Seager slammed an RBI double and made the art of shortstop play look as simple as vacuuming, and Adrian Gonzalez beat the Boston shift with the first of his three hits and brought in the third run with his third.Stripling would like to stick around to see where this goes, but he knows he is allergic to plan. On Saturday it was enough to survive the monster in the box.center_img Now Ortiz fired a hard shot between second and first. “I wasn’t sure where everybody was,” Stripling said, speaking of the defense. Howie Kendrick, the second baseman, was in the alley, aligned in one of the constant shifts that Ortiz sees, the ones that make his .319 batting average and all those other numbers glow even more.Kendrick somehow made the play and threw Ortiz out. Then Stripling fell behind Jackie Bradley Jr., decided to keep pitching around him, walked him, got an 0-2 count on .374-hitting catcher Sandy Leon, fell back to 3-and-2 and looked at A.J. Ellis for help.Ellis signaled changeup. Striping threw one at 84 mph. Leon struck out, Stripling got through the inning with 25 pitches but no runs, and the Dodgers went on to win, 3-0. It was only the fourth time Boston has been shut out and only the second time since April.They got back to the dugout and Ellis told Stripling, “Great work, that’s big time.”last_img read more