Travelport has signed agreements with six travel agencies in the Asia-Pacific region to participate in the regional testing and development of its Travelport Universal Desktop.
The new product is touted as the next-generation in travel agency desktops, providing travel agents with an intuitive interface and access to multi-source content and pricing. It is designed to improve efficiencies and boost productivity, through its introduction of clever travel management tools and streamlined workflow processes.
Regional partners MP Travel and Orba Travel Brokers in Australia, Quotient Travel and Serangoon Air Travel Pte in Singapore, as well as SkyJet and Shalom in Hong Kong have committed to product testing.
The desktop tool is currently being launched across the Flight Centre global network following a successful pilot programme. UK travel management company, Global Travel Management is also using a live version following its own successful beta trial.