Travelport, provider of distribution, technology, payment and other solutions for the travel and tourism industry, has recently announced the news of a new agreement with TTS, a global player in the development of innovative solutions for the travel and tourism industry.
Following this new multi-year agreement, Travelport will resell and distribute TTS Consolidator, TTS Corporate and TTS WeBook products in the Middle East, Africa and APAC regions.
Travelport will extend its product portfolio and provide three new tools to its clients: The TTS Consolidator, a solution that optimises and simplifies the consolidation business by automating the processes between a Consolidator agency (IATA) and its sub-agents; TTS Corporate, which is a corporate booking tool focusing on the SME market that enables travel agencies to provide corporate travellers with a simple to implement and cost effective B2B solution which incorporates the value of branded fares and ancillaries; and finally, TTS WeBook, an Internet booking engine which is easy to integrate with any website or Facebook page that allows travel agencies to offer online flight booking to their customers.
Remarking on the news was president and managing director – Africa, the Middle East and South Asia, Rabi Saab: “We are delighted to announce this agreement with TTS. As a leading travel commerce platform, Travelport recognises the importance of our partners and these TTS products will complement our broad product suite offering, by providing solutions which address some of the unique requirements of our customers across Africa, the Middle East and Asia Pacific. Having recently launched Smartpoint 6.0, the leading point of sale for airline rich content and ancillaries, TTS extends our industry leading technology solutions to our customers in the region.”
Also commenting was founder and CEO, TTS, Pedro Barata: “For us, this agreement represents a great opportunity to further expand the reach of TTS solutions. We hope that together with Travelport we can help travel agents in Africa, Middle East and APAC to be more productive, provide a great service to their clients and grow their revenue.”