Advertorial: Travelport continues car content partnership with Enterprise, Alamo, and National brands

Advertorial: Travelport continues car content partnership with Enterprise, Alamo, and National brands

Travelport has announces a new, long-term renewal agreement with Enterprise Holdings, the world’s largest car rental company, as measured by fleet and revenue.

Enterprise Holdings owns the Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Alamo Rent A Car, and National Car Rental brands, and through an integrated global network of independent regional subsidiaries and franchises operates at more than 9,600 fully staffed airport and neighborhood locations in more than 85 countries.

“The ongoing availability of the Enterprise, Alamo, and National brands to Travelport’s car products solutions gives our travel agency customers unparalleled connectivity to the extensive network of locations and vehicles offered through Enterprise Holdings’ brands.

Agents also will experience increased booking efficiencies from booking Enterprise, Alamo, and National content within Travelport’s industry leading Travelport Smartpoint desktop solution or through our industry leading API solutions,” said Niklas Andreen, Travelport’s Senior Vice President and Managing Director, Hospitality.

As part of the agreement, Enterprise Holdings will continue to have access to the Travelport Travel Commerce Platform, Travelport’s industry-leading technologies, and to Travelport’s innovative distribution, booking, and digital media solutions.

Enterprise Holdings will be able to take advantage of Travelport technologies that allow Enterprise Holdings to optimize opportunities for its fleet of approximately two million vehicles.

The new agreement strengthens Travelport’s leadership position as one of the world’s leading B2B commerce platforms of car rental content, connecting travel agents to a world of travel choice from over 36,000 car rental locations globally and more than 91 million car rental days annually.


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