It’s an interesting question - what if you know you want to go somewhere, but just not where you want to go. Setting out to solve this problem, Wenger quit his job as an attorney and founded Wherefor.com (now a team of eight). Apparently, the existing Global Distribution Systems (GDS) like Travelport, Sabre, Amadeus and NITA don’t search this way. These are the backend, B2B systems that power the searches of consumer-facing sites like Expedia. They are destination-based and are not set up to search by price, for some reason. Recognizing this, Wenger and team built their own intellectual property and API to organize and export travel results in this way. It is a patent-pending method and does not scrape sites like Expedia for data. They partnered with Tavelport while creating this technology but they own the IP themselves. Get the full story at TechCrunch