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eTravelBlackboard: CTM gives u-control with new tool
Turism&Travel Corporate Travel Management (CTM) has unveiled a new piece to its company, launching its new Business Intelligent Suite in the Australian market.

Unveiled today, the Suite is divided into two real-time reporting tools, u-control – a visual representation of the clients’ KPIs and data online as well as u-explore – a granular analysis of their travel program where air, car and hotel data can be searched across a range of variants including price, fair type and spend volumes. CTM managing director Jamie Pherous said the new Suite signified the company’s commitment to the market and is a result of feedback retrieved from clients. “Through its two real-time reporting tools, CTM clients will now have industry-leading levels of access to their data and the ability to interactively analyse the performance and capabilities of their travel programs like never before – that is exciting!” Mr Pherous said. Testing the new tool in the market months prior to today’s launch, pilot client from George Weston Foods Limited procurement manager Kathy Kaderavek said she found the Suite to be “invaluable” and a time saver. “The u-explore and u-control tools have not only allowed me to save time, they have allowed me to increase my line of sight to the performance of my travel program around the clock, and enabled me to plan and present change models, the ability to review what certain changes to my program now could do for my bottom line in the future, as well as measure KPIs put in place in consultation with CTM,” she said. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J
Publicat de: eTravelBackboard
Marți, 26 Iunie 2012 - 04:15 PM

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