While most settings and configuration options are set in the Admin Site, Destinations are configured in the Internal Viper Site for each office. You must log into an office to edit the Destinations for the office.
Destinations are used throughout Viper to organize content, filter programs, and more. For vendors, hotels and content library items, you can specify which destinations each is available in. When working on a program, Viper will filter available vendors, hotels, and content (descriptions and pricing) based on the destinations selected for the program. This is why it is vital to configure your destinations properly.
To configure Destinations, you must log into each office and go to the Destinations tab. Destinations are organized by region. Depending on your preference, you can have a single region or many regions. The same is true with destinations; you can have one destination or many. To determine how you should enter destinations, you should consider your Content Library content (descriptions and pricing), vendors, and hotels. The intent behind destinations is to provide intelligent filtering when building programs and to enhance reporting. If an office serves a small geographical area, and all of your content, vendors, and hotels are relevant to a single destination, you may only need to enter a single region and destination. If an office serves a large geographical area, then you will likely need to create multiple destinations. Multiple destinations help prevent salespersons from proposing services, content, and vendors that may not be applicable to the destination(s) of a given program.