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Voyage Manager signs up another university customer

last modified Oct 01, 2014 11:28 AM
The University of Aberdeen has signed up as the latest customer for Voyage Manager’s travel management solution.

 

Voyage Manager, based at the ideaSpace West site, provides flexible, automated and user-friendly solutions for managing, monitoring and tracking employee and asset travel.

Mr Dominic Milne, Deputy Head of the International Office at the University of Aberdeen, said: “We have a team who travel extensively overseas. As recent events have sadly shown major incidents, such as terrorism or natural disaster, can and do occur suddenly. We are very mindful of our duty of care and, should the worst happen, we need to be in a position to respond quickly.

“We wished to establish a more robust and reliable method of being able to monitor where our staff may be at any given time, and the excellent Voyage Manager system allows us to achieve this.”

John Scott, CEO of Voyage Manager, said: “The University of Aberdeen is the latest of a number of educational intuitions using our system. The universities are interesting as customers because travelling is not their core business and, consequently, they have relatively limited resources to provide adequate follow-up of their travellers.

“Our system with a simple user interface for both the employee and the employer, in combination with our wide range of functions, meets a need for this type of businesses.”

For more information on Voyage Manager visit here.

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