Looking for a free waiver signing app, free signature app or online waiver system? Here at Wherewolf the whole reason we exist is to support tourism and activity operators, and recently we’ve decided to provide a complimentary 12-month trial of Wherewolf’s brilliant waiver system. Even better: you can get set up and start taking waivers

As a tourism operator there’s a good chance you’ll be taking guest bookings around the clock using some sort of booking or reservation system. Your platform of choice might be Bookeo, FareHarbor, PeekPro, Rezdy, CustomLinc, RTBS, Xola or one of the other platforms on the market. If you’re also digitising your general liability waiver process

Need a fast, hygienic and free waiver signing app or solution? Here are three simple options to help you get those activity liability waivers signed and sorted.

It can seem difficult to find a digital waiver system to suit many locations or franchises, but Wherewolf has enterprise level features for smooth management.

Your liability or services waiver is essential when you’re a tourism or travel operator, but what is required for an electronic signature to be legally binding?

Safety and hygiene are going to be key considerations for adventure tour operators in 2020 and beyond. Here’s how contactless electronic waiver software can help.

Make your COVID-19 response plan part of your existing routine, and ask your guests about their personal wellbeing in your liability waiver.

Wherewolf works with some amazing operators around the world, so it’s always great to hear how we help each business and become part of their tool belt. So when Jeremy Kierski, the Operations Manager of Ohiopyle Trading Post and River Tours got in contact to tell us how “Wherewolf has definitely taken us leaps and bounds beyond

As I’m sure many of you have heard, on May 25th of this year, the EU passed a new privacy law that will provide all EU citizens with more control over their personal data. This new law is called the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). In this post we break down exactly what the GDPR