World Bank Selects iJET for Real-Time Travel Intelligence

iJET Travel Intelligence
announced today it
is providing the World Bank, one of the world`s largest sources of
international poverty-reduction assistance, with real-time Travel
Intelligence information services throughout their global operations.

Under this program, iJET is providing the World Bank with its integrated
Worldcue Services platform for traveler management, tracking,
communications and intelligence information. In addition, the World Bank`s
travelers are supported by iJET`s WorldcueTraveler(tm) service, which
monitors their itineraries around-the-clock and sends relevant real-time
travel alerts before, during and after travel. Travelers are notified via
e-mail, pager, cell phone, or other wireless device about events that might
impact their trip and are provided recommendations for minimizing travel


To support the World Bank`s operations, which include 27,000 travel missions
each year, iJET is expanding worldwide intelligence coverage from 154 to 180
countries, including expansion in Africa from 17 to 34 countries. iJET
intelligence experts continuously monitor more than 5,000 worldwide sources
with a focus on security, health, entry/exit, transportation, communication,
finance, culture, environment, legal issues and language.

“iJET is pleased to welcome the World Bank to our growing family of
clients,” said iJET CEO Bruce McIndoe. “Our management and staff are excited
and gratified to have the opportunity to provide our Travel Intelligence
services to the World Bank in support of its critically important mission to
assist developing nations.”


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