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ITP Travel Partners with Truvle Technology

December 8, 2010 By: Staff

Atlanta-based travel technology company truvle Ltd has signed an agreement with International Travel Partnership (ITP), a global network of independent travel management companies. Now ITP partners can provide branded, web-empowered email itineraries that make planning and monitoring easier for their business travel clients.

ITP’s new itinerary/trip planner is customized with each partner’s colors, logo and promotions. The e-docs contain links to useful trip information tailored to each destination. By clicking through links, travelers get local information on restaurants, shopping, entertainment, tours, events, attractions, weather, currency exchange rates, maps, directions and more. The system means users will not need to search multiple websites, truvle said.

Virginia Palla, general manager, ITP said: “The truvle technology enables our partners to compete successfully in the booming online travel business. It consolidates everything, putting the full gamut of essential destination and related information at travelers’ fingertips instantly.”

The truvle software also helps companies monitor travel compliance, according to Alon Zaibert, truvle’s CEO.

“This breakthrough application lets travelers do everything – book hotels and rental cars, make dinner reservations, purchase tickets to a show and more – directly from their email itineraries. That makes it easy to track where money is spent,” Zaibert said.

ITP’s consortium spans 35 countries in North America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and the Middle East. ITP launched its itinerary/trip planner this month.


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