Australian corporate travel platform, Travelport Locomote, and leading global travel management and events business, the ATPI Group, has today announced that their strategic alliance is rolling out in the UK following significant success in Australia.
This success follows Travelport Locomote’s introduction with the ATPI Group as its preferred global TMC. The extension into the UK for Travelport Locomote, comes off the back of Travelport’s 20-plus year relationship with the ATPI Group globally.
The partnership, which began in October 2016, enables the ATPI Group to offer Travelport Locomote’s innovative corporate travel platform to new and existing customers.
Travelport Locomote’s intuitive technology empowers companies to manage every aspect of their business travel. This includes simplifying approval, booking and expensing processes while keeping travelling staff safe. Together, the two companies provide an end-to-end travel management solution for businesses worldwide.
Sandra McLeod, CEO at Travelport Locomote, said: “Having a partnership with a global TMC like the ATPI Group is a huge endorsement of our unique approach to managed business travel. It’s fantastic to see our joint efforts paying off with so many new and interesting customers from multiple corners of the world now using our platform.”
“The travel management sector is constantly evolving and by sharing our expertise, experience and technology, we look forward to even more opportunities to meet the needs of corporate travellers worldwide.”
Adam Knights, UK managing director, the ATPI Group, added: “This strategic alliance with Travelport Locomote has been a strong move that’s already showing signs of continued growth. The partnership has allowed us to develop and promote our combined industry-leading technology and provide a compelling offering to the marketplace. It’s been a great first year so far, and we look forward to continuing the successes of 2017 by bringing the benefits of Travelport Locomote to our UK clients.”
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