Steve Reynolds got flowers and chocolates recently from an earnest executive assistant enamored of his deal-seeking website, tripBAM.com. The Dallas-based site, which launched in April, searches daily, and automatically, for a lower hotel room rate than the one you’ve already booked. Soon enough, maybe in five years, Reynolds expects to see suitors bearing cash, looking to buy the company. Reynolds sees sites like his as being well-positioned to tap into increased spending on travel technology companies. Funds are coming from both venture capital firms that see untapped potential even in the crowded online travel space and from online companies that use niche travel sites to keep growing and add innovative features. Get the full story at The Dallas Morning News