CTI announces tech deal with Concur
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Regional TMC CTI has today announced a partnership with Concur, a leader in integrated travel and expense management, to offer its customers an enhanced and simpler way to manage travel and expenses.
CTI’s customers will now have access to Concur’s entire technology stack, incorporated into the existing offerings and tools available, including Triplink, which captures and centralises data to ensure those using CTI’s platform have a complete picture of employee spend when travelling for business.
Triplink incorporates bookings made both within the corporate travel system and outside of it, meaning companies can manage more data allowing for cost savings and increased compliance and control. CTI will also provide its customers with access to TripIt Pro – a traveller friendly app that manages loyalty cards and shares itinerary information with a pre-selected network.
Completing the product suite is TMC Messaging, an employee risk management and communication platform. This will provide companies using CTI with a system to monitor travel locations (from live travel schedules) and provide advice and security warnings for travelling staff, a legal requirement under UK Duty of Care Legislation. In addition, TMC Messaging can help employees to better manage their trip by advising of flight changes, adverse weather conditions or unlikely events that might impact a user’s travel plans.
Like all of the products and services that CTI offers its customers, TMC Messaging can be customised to suit each client’s specific requirements.
Clive Wratten, CEO, CTI, said: “Our exciting partnership with Concur is the latest step CTI is taking to enhance its product offering. Enabling our clients to more effectively track and manage their travel expenses – and in a way that is tailored to their needs – is another example of how CTI is fast becoming the trusted travel partner for the business community.”
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