In 2014, two senior computer science majors at the University of Colorado Boulder, Devon Tivona and Lianne Haug, decided to start a tech company. Yes, they actually turned down offers at big-name companies and charted an entrepreneurial path, later adding fellow graduate Sam Felsenthal. They experimented with a few ideas all built around the notion of leveraging the wisdom of real humans, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and mobile. This is pretty much how Pana began. Today, let’s see how Pana has been productive for two years.
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How Does Pana Work?
It is quite noticeable that the travel app is only available in the App Store; reasons why it’s not on the Google Play Store or Android have not been determined until now. Pana was not actually the original name of the travel app by Devon Tivona. Initially known as “Native,” a buzzy startup, it now had been renamed to “Pana” which means good friend or confidant.
Aside from making it simpler with a four-letter domain, CEO Devon had confessed the main and good reason for the switch: search engine optimization. He actually said:
“Because a ‘native app’ already describes a type of app (how it is coded), we were always competing for SEO against coding articles and developer tools. ‘Pana’ means good friend or confidant in Latin American Spanish, and we liked how that could serve as a message about how we do customer service.”
There are only three easy steps in using Pana. First, make a request by sending Pana a message using their mobile application on iOS, SMS or by email with any request for an upcoming or current trip. Second, review the options within minutes. Pana’s team will send you the information that you need to make a fast decision. Lastly, book with one tap: tap one button and you’re done. That’s it. No fields, forms, or opting-out of the five offers you don’t need.
They also have a welcome call wherein a real person or an on-demand virtual travel agent will get to know your travel preferences. They will even monitor flight prices and send you the best options when the time is right, straight to your phone. They’ll make sure customers’ accommodations are also tailored to their travel. They’ll search expertly-curated collections for options that fit a customer’s needs.
Pana Reviews of Users
Since it’s just a new travel startup, there are still no Pana reviews shown online. But, on their official website, it seems like high-profile personalities had commented about Pana:
How To Reach Them?
- Website URL: https://pana.com/
- Contact Page: https://pana.com/contact
- Head Office Address: 1624 Market Street #211, Denver, CO 80202, USA
33 Nassau Ave, Suite 89, Williamsburg, NY 11222
Whether for work or play, Pana arranges your travel to save you time and headaches. Pana is one of the new yet reliable travel concierge apps that you can actually trust. Although, I wonder if there will come a time that they’ll think of creating an Android version, especially since half of the world are Android users. But so far, kudos to the continuous development and growth of Pana!
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