Rosenbluth International today announced that it has selected Quantitude, Inc., a subsidiary of Galileo International, to provide managed networking services, including voice and data, between each of Rosenbluth International’s global branch offices. Terms of the multi-year agreement were not disclosed.
Quantitude, Inc. is the global networking subsidiary of Galileo International, Inc., a global travel distribution leader. Rosenbluth International, a privately held travel management company, has the second largest travel management presence in the world, with annual sales in excess of $5.5 billion, 5,000 associates, and owned and managed locations in 24 countries.
Quantitude will provide end-to-end virtual private network (VPN) services between Rosenbluth International’s 1,140 offices worldwide and its central site in Philadelphia, Pa., creating a corporate wide area network (WAN). Initially, the Quantitude services will be deployed at Rosenbluth International’s locations in the US, followed by implementation at all branch offices worldwide. In addition, Rosenbluth International will offer Quantitude services to its extensive corporate customer and vendor base.
“We selected Quantitude on the basis of its unique approach to providing end-to-end voice and data network services with expanded global networking capabilities - without increasing our cost,” said John Dabek, CIO, Rosenbluth International. Along with overseeing all ‘managed services’ (ordering, provisioning, installation, maintenance, and network management), Quantitude will provide Rosenbluth International the economy and flexibility of the Internet with global consistency, predictable performance, unmatched security and the control of private networks.
“Rosenbluth International’s choice of Quantitude demonstrates that our value proposition resonates in the global marketplace,” said Ron Thornhill, president and CEO, Quantitude, Inc. “A multinational company such as Rosenbluth International will realize operational and cost efficiencies using the Quantitude model of combining managed services with VPN security and reliability.”