Truvle Plans U.S. Expansion

Travel technology company truvle, Ltd., has announced plans to move its corporate headquarters from Israel to Atlanta. Following the move, slated for the fourth quarter of 2010, Atlanta will serve as truvle’s base for global operations, sales and marketing, while the company’s product development and technology support divisions will remain in Tel Aviv.

truvle counts among its clients some of world’s largest travel service organizations, including Heathrow, FL.-based AAA and online ticket consolidator SkyBird Travel, headquartered in Detroit.

truvle develops and markets customized e-mail itineraries and confirmations for travel professionals, including agents, hoteliers, tour operators and airlines. The software replaces the traditional, unbranded e-docs that travel management companies receive for their clients. In its place comes a web-empowered itinerary/trip planner. Designed to convey the excitement of travel, the truvle itinerary features a bright contemporary design, colorful images, branding, targeted ads and links to the travel management company’s products and services.

Through partnerships with organizations such as Open Table and Ticketmaster, truvle’s itinerary gives travelers immediate access to a full gamut of useful trip information – restaurants, shopping, entertainment, tours, events, flights, hotels, weather, maps, directions and more.

Travelers can make dinner reservations, book tee times, buy tickets to a show, get driving directions and Short Message Service (SMS) alerts, check in for flights and more directly from a interactive itinerary/planner.

Visit www.truvle.com.

 

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