Tramada Systems, Australia & New Zealand’s leading travel management solution provider, and World Travellers New Zealand (WTNZ) have signed a technology partnership agreement which appoints tramada® as the preferred mid-office technology solution for WTNZ agency network including a commitment to a customised product roadmap to specifically address the needs of WTNZ.
WTNZ agencies who choose to use Tramada will benefit from both improved consultant efficiency and business performance. Participating WTNZ agencies will be able to take advantage of a stronger WTNZ brand resulting from favourable financial efficiencies, visibility of data for improved supplier negotiations, and consistent customer service deliverables across the group.
Jo O’Brien says “Tramada is partnering with WTNZ to assist in increasing automation and productivity of WTNZ agencies using our best of breed technology while increasing the usage of tramada® within the WTNZ cooperative and the New Zealand market. We are committed to working with the WTNZ Group in an ongoing manner to deliver customised solutions that add value to members and the overall value proposition of the group.“
Wendy van Lieshout, CEO World Travellers New Zealand says “World Travellers New Zealand (WTNZ), is a cooperative that has the interests of its individual agents at heart. Our goal is to streamline our technology offering and improve business productivity of the group and our individual agencies. Our agencies are committed to best practice in all aspects of their business. A stronger WTNZ brand will help make the market aware of the high standard and professionalism of WTNZ member agencies. Tramada’s commitment to innovation and the local industry makes them the best technology partner for this journey.”
Bijoy John, Sales and Account Manager Tramada says “I look forward to introducing Tramada to WTNZ agencies at the upcoming World Travellers “all staff” conference in Rotorua on 21-22 May this year and am committed to working with WTNZ to realise the joint benefits of this partnership.”