MYSITES THE #1 CAMPGROUND
MYSites Reservations System, a division of SEPI Marketing has officially copy written their source code. This gives MYSites three exclusive rights under the Copyright Act. They have the rights to reproduce, prepare derivative works and full code distribution rights.
Thankfully, RV vacations and camping in our post-COVID world have become more fashionable, and considered more safe than other forms of travel and vacationing. And in our post-pandemic world, it’s often said that what’s good for the customer is good for business, and we absolutely agree! Today, consumers are interacting with more companies, sellers, and service providers online rather than by other means. They’re purchasing more types of food online through Uber Eats or DoorDash, having more groceries delivered online by Instacart or Walmart, making pet grooming reservations online with PetCo, selecting more entertainment online from Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Peacock, so why shouldn’t they be viewing and reserving their RV and campground spaces online?
RV vacations and camping in our post-COVID are returning stronger than ever. And, here at Mysites.com, as a second-generation family involved in the RV and camping world business, we couldn’t be happier. RV’ing has become more fashionable, and is now considered more safe than other forms of travel and vacationing. We’ve always said, that what’s good for the customer is good for business!
Online reservations are critical for campgrounds. Have you ever searched for something on your cell phone, found it, but the page either took too long to load or did not load at all? Well, if you anything like me you might consider that the initial impression of this business is that it just doesn’t care about the details. What does that mean for property upkeep? In hospitality, these digital poor practices are a real reservation killer.
A campground reservation system should be unique to campground businesses and should not be lumped into a hotel software offering or be a derivative thereof.
This is the same question that most RV campground owners and operators should be asking themselves about their internally operated reservation systems.