Travelport Partners With All Seasons Travel

 

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Travelport reports the signing of a long term agreement with All Seasons Travel, a leading travel management company. Travelport will serve as All Seasons’ primary travel technology partner and provide access to travel content including air, hotel, car rental and cruise lines via its Worldspan platform.

The agreement also provides All Seasons with several strategic solutions, including e-Pricing, to ensure travelers have the most advanced tools for shopping low fares, and Travelport Rapid Reprice, an automated ticket repricing product.

According to Ann Johnston, president, All Seasons Travel, “Our decision to renew our long standing relationship with Travelport is based on their innovative technology portfolio as well as their dedicated client support. We have outstanding relationships with the local Travelport team and their e-Pricing and Rapid Reprice solutions really meet our needs. Our agents use Rapid Reprice more than 1,500 times per month and this saves a great deal of time when completing ticket exchanges.”

Scott Hyden, vice president, sales, U.S., Travelport, said, “We’ve seen a growing realization from our customers of how important it is to have travel technology tools that can deliver the lowest fares and improve efficiencies in this competitive environment.  Travelport has a history of investing in new technology to respond to emerging trends. All Seasons’ decision to choose Travelport is a glowing endorsement that Travelport has the solutions it needs in order to grow and succeed."

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