Travel management company ATPI is to use Serko’s travel and expense platform Zeno after a deal was struck between the firms.
ATPI is now licenced to offer Zeno to its new and existing customers in its more than 50 countries across Australasia, Europe, North America, Africa and Asia for the next five years.
The first customer site, in the UK, is scheduled to be implemented in mid-2018.
Zeno is an integrated travel management and expense platform with “intelligent journey planning” software designed to find fares for airlines, hotels, transfers and car rental in one interface that give businesses the “most cost-effective door-to-door travel experience for corporate travel”.
Serko CEO Darrin Grafton said: “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.”
Peter Muller, international board director at ATPI, added: “Serko and ATPI have had a long relationship in Australia and we are one of Serko’s longest standing customers, so this agreement builds on the foundations of an exceptionally strong partnership to the benefit of our mutual clients.”