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  • Writer's pictureShawna Applequist

WANDReview June '24 Edition

The latest WAND Taxonomies, Glossaries, CDMs, and Updates


Two smiling people riding a yellow moped on a road lined with palm trees.

WAND's Travel Taxonomy


Welcome to WANDReview! This month, we are excited to highlight our comprehensive Travel Taxonomy. With summer in full swing in the northern hemisphere, many of us are thinking about travel, and our Travel Taxonomy is here to ensure all your travel-related data is as organized and efficient as possible.


Travel. Far away destinations. Exciting experiences. Good times. The list goes on! But what about all the documentation and data that goes into these trips? People working in the travel industry have to deal with all sorts of documentation: visas, tickets, reservations, rentals, etc. If these documents are not efficiently managed, it can turn a fun trip into a nightmare of paperwork, missed flights, denied visas, and double-booked rentals.


But have no fear! The WAND Travel Taxonomy helps you organize all that and more. You can organize your documents with ease, train your AI with speed, and begin using your documents and data more efficiently in no time! As with all our taxonomies, this strong foundation metadata model can be customized to include additional terms related to your specific needs or industry.


Comprehensive Coverage:


Our Travel Taxonomy contains 1,693 terms and 275 synonyms. Here are the top-level terms:


  • Accommodations (42): From hotels to hostels, bed and breakfasts to vacation rentals, this category covers all types of places you might stay during your travels.

  • Activities (793): Whether its sightseeing, adventure sports, cultural experiences, or leisure activities, this extensive category ensures every aspect of travel activities is covered.

  • Destinations (989): Encompassing cities, countries, landmarks, and natural wonders, this category helps organize information about every place you might visit.

  • Lifestyle (18): Catering to various travel styles and preferences, from luxury to budget travel, and wellness retreats to backpacking adventures.

  • Transportation (375): Covering all modes of travel, including flights, trains, buses, car rentals, and more, to ensure every step of the journey is smooth.

  • Travel Services (43): Including essential services like travel agencies, tour operators, insurance, and support services to provide a seamless travel experience.


Why Choose WAND's Travel Taxonomy?


  • Efficient Organization: You can streamline your document management, reduce errors, and improve data retrieval, all in just a few clicks!

  • AI Training: Enhance your AI systems with precise and relevant data categorization.

  • Customization: We know each business is unique, which is why all of our taxonomies are fully-customizable which allows you to tailor the taxonomy to fit your specific business needs or industry requirements.


What's in a Name?

Words can mean lots of different things depending on the context, audience, and industry. Understanding the differences and employing a company-wide glossary can avoid a lot of confusion in communications! Consider, if you will, the word...

Trip

  • To stumble or fall.

  • A journey or voyage.



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