Partners With Travelport

handshakeTravelport reports it has renewed a technology services and travel content agreement with, one of the largest privately held online travel companies in the United States.

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Travelport says it continues as’s preferred and primary travel technology partner providing access to travel content including air, hotel and car rental via its Worldspan platform.


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The agreement also provides with multiple  solutions, including e-Pricing, to ensure travelers have the most advanced tools for shopping low fares; Travelport Rapid Reprice, an automated ticket repricing product, and XML Pro, a Web Services solution enabling interface with Worldspan and the exchange of data. 

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"We made the decision to renew with Travelport because of their ongoing efforts to deliver customized shopping solutions to meet our unique requirements and support our growing business. As a result, Travelport delivers functionality and advanced technology that enables our website and agents to increase productivity and efficiency,” said Tom DiBacco, vice president of Business & Finance, 


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