The agreement enables the independent travel management company to continue to connect to Travelport and its access to global travel content.
The new deal sees Gray Dawes’ two newly-acquired TMCs, Cambridge Business Travel and Travel Management Group, migrate to the platform.
Gray Dawes Group chief executive, Suzanne Horner, said: “We continue to rely on and be powered by the Travelport platform because we recognize the value of providing the widest choice of content to support our business and strategic goals.
“As a company that prides itself in pushing the boundaries of travel product and technology, Travelport’s flexible API connectivity enables our own in-house development team to deliver business logic and intelligent search of content for our own end-user applications.”
Travelport UK and Ireland regional managing director Paul Broughton added: “Today’s business travellers are even more demanding – not only seeking more choice, but more personalisation and flexibility than ever before.
“Gray Dawes continues to understand such needs by continuing to deliver a differentiated and personalised booking and customer care experience.
“So, we are delighted to have signed a new long term partnership agreement with the company. I am confident our partnership will help drive its business and its brand even further.”