VOYAGE MANAGER TRACKS FLIGHTS (PDF)
(Cambridge, 10 December 2010)
Voyage Manager, one of the world's most effective travel
monitoring and security tools now includes real time flight tracking.
Voyage Manager has released a new version of its travel tracking and security service. The new
version incorporates real time tracking of commercial flights, enabling increased automation of
Voyage Manager’s already automated service.
Voyage Manager has previously implemented flight booking retrieval functionality that enables
it to retrieve data from the major booking systems like Amadeus, Galileo, Sabre and travelport,
as well as TripIt (the mobile trip management company).
Voyage Manager can automatically track travellers’ trips, with almost no user interaction. Voyage
Manager can fetch the trips from the booking systems, and then automatically track the trips until
they have been completed. This greatly reduce the time users spend maintaining their travel details,
helping to reduce costs as well as decrease the occurrence of errors during the data entry process.
Other features released in the new version include:
About Voyage Manager
- flight schedule management
- automated traveller safety check-in
- enhanced delay management
Voyage Manager is an Internet based travel management and travel security service that
provides businesses with a flexible, easy to use and cost efficient platform for managing and
monitoring employee travel. Voyage Manager is accessible from any location by web, SMS
and mobile phone.
Voyage Manager automatically monitors trips from the moment they are entered into the
system until they have been completed, keeping travellers and relevant parties informed at
every stage of a trip. Should a traveller not arrive at a destination, or the traveller sends an
SOS to the system, security managers can be informed immediately and emergency
procedures can be activated. The latter is becoming increasingly in focus as international
business and operations are more frequently requiring people to travel to, from and through
potentially hazardous areas.
For further information see www.voyagemanager.com