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Voyage Manager forges closer ties with Travelport

last modified Feb 04, 2015 09:13 AM
Voyage Manager has joined the developer network of Travelport, a leading travel commerce platform providing distribution, technology and payment solutions.

 

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

It will be able to showcase its duty-of-care services to Travelport’s customers, including corporate travel buyers, and will have access to market intelligence and a developer forum. It has also integrated with the Travelport Universal API which will provide it with access to Travelport’s travel content and services.

Travelport’s Kathy Hodges said: “We are delighted to be able to offer Voyage Manager and their advanced travel tracking and travel risk management services to our corporate travel partners as a duty-of-care provider.”

John Scott, CEO of Voyage Manager, said: “The Universal API gives us fast and reliable access to travel bookings which will make our travel tracker even more accurate.

“A big challenge for travel managers is to know where employees are who have not booked through the company’s designated travel management company. The fact that bookings made with a number of low cost carriers, such as Ryanair and easyJet, are available through the Travelport Universal API is particularly attractive for us, as we then capture more of these travellers.”

For more information on Voyage Manager see www.voyagemanager.com.

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