An online reseller portal for Travel Management Companies has been introduced by Amadeus UK alongside a corporate health check app for corporate buyers.
They are designed to optimise online booking tool adoption, to ensure that corporations get the most from their travel technology investment.
The online reseller toolkit will bring together resources into one digital portal, to help TMCs and their customers drive efficiencies and improvements across their travel programmes.
The ‘toolkit’ will enable sales staff and IT administrators to access a large database of resources, including marketing materials, video tutorials, instruction manuals and information about the latest technology upgrades and enhancements.
The health check app will help corporate travel buyers and travel managers evaluate their online travel booking adoption rates and identify weaknesses and opportunities for improvement. This will enable corporations to optimise efficiency and ensure they fully utilise the functionality of existing online tools.
Rob Golledge, head of marketing and communications at Amadeus UK and Ireland, said: “We are fully committed to helping our reseller partners to benefit fully from the evolution of Amadeus e-Travel Management, which is used by 7,000 corporations globally.
“Our reseller toolkit is designed to empower TMC partners by providing essential tools and knowledge to boost confidence and help them demonstrate how corporations can maximise ROI from online booking adoption.
“Separately, the health check app is designed to enable corporate travel managers and buyers responsible for the efficacy of their corporate travel programmes to understand how to get the most from online booking.
“The interactive survey will recommend key areas of focus designed to deliver a high performing travel programme and a better experience for travel bookers.
“The results are based on the corporate travel buyer’s responses. Ultimately, it’s about empowering organisations to drive policy compliance and meet the emerging needs of today’s travellers.”