Unboundly is developing technology to present travelers with flexible, attainable international travel options. We're optimizing travel content to better suit the needs of travelers using innovative and modern technologies.
Unboundly is building a next-gen travel engine to best align with the way that the human brain consumes information in the digital age. Adding new layers of data, we leverage neural nets to influence where and how the modern consumer travels. Unboundly has applied graphDb capabilities to present affordable and convenient routing options through consideration of all priced content, not just the most likely routes.
Our travel platform is laser-focused on you. On understanding who you are, what you care about, and how we can help you discover the world on your terms.
Unboundly & Bridge Labs
Bridge Labs provides new data feeds that Unboundly can layer into our neural nets, thus making our AI features smarter. With support, expertise, and feedback from Bridge Labs, we can create a more compelling platform and increase our reach. This collaboration empowers Unboundly to better influence where and how millions travel, increasing demand for flight shopping. Ultimately, that will increase conversions, benefiting everyone in the ecosystem.
Danielle Massell is the Founder & CEO of Unboundly. Danielle is a serial entrepreneur, developer, and newly minted airline systems geek. Despite being a young company, Unboundly has won numerous awards, including ATPCO’s vote at this year’s Travel Tech Con for Most Interesting Travel Start-up.
Danielle Massell presents in the
2018 ATPCO Bridge Labs Innovation Showcase
Unboundly applies the capabilities of graphDb to present affordable and convenient routing options through consideration of all priced content, not just the most likely routes. Unboundly won ATPCO’s vote at this year’s Travel Tech Con for most interesting Travel Startup.
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