ATPI updates ticketing tech following Serko partnership

British travel management company ATPI revealed it has upgraded its ticketing service, following the announcement last week that NDC (New Distribution Capability) content unavailable from the global distribution system (GDS) will be accessible through the company’s own fare aggregation platform­, ATPI Ticket Window. 

The development will see the ATPI Ticket Window platform glean fares and travel availability from across the globe to provide a comprehensive view on ATPI agents’ desktops. The system ensures that agents can book the best possible fare, even if it is only available on a non-GDS platform or in one particular country.

Andrew Waller, CEO of the ATPI Group, said: “This is the latest ATPI technology release following the TMC’s global alliance with NDC-certified Serko and its new market leading booking tool Zeno, which already provides integrated NDC content and capability. ATPI is licensed to offer Zeno to new and existing customers in more than 50 countries for the next five years.

This is the latest ATPI technology release following the TMC’s global alliance with NDC-certified Serko and its new booking tool Zeno, which already provides integrated NDC content and capability.

“Zeno will give corporations real choice”

Darrin Grafton, Serko CEO, commented on the potential of the relationship: “From inception we designed Zeno to be a globally scalable platform and this partnership with ATPI is an important initial step in the realisation of that vision. This partnership enables Zeno to be offered to customers in more than 50 countries and it is a significant milestone on our journey. Zeno will give corporations real choice, and the benefits of what we believe is the best global platform for travel and expense.”

ATPI is licensed to offer Zeno to new and existing customers in more than 50 countries for the next 5 years.

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