TechTravelers teams up with

, a leading provider of second-generation managed travel solutions, announced today it has teamed with the premier corporate get-away and packaged vacations company,
, to provide a first of its kind, end-to-end leisure travel system for corporations and government agencies.

“We are very pleased to be teaming up with VacationWired to provide a full service leisure and business travel solution to the corporate/agency employee,” said Thomas Murray
, CEO of TechTravelers. “The use of VacationWired for personal travel combined with our business oriented mTravel? will further drive adoption of our managed travel solution and enhance its value for our clients and the industry at large. We look forward to a long and mutually rewarding relationship.”


A revolutionary collaboration, TechTravelers’ mTravel? leverages artificial intelligence to bring a personal travel assistant to the corporate leisure traveler while still delivering all the benefits of mTravel?, including wired and wireless notification of itinerary changes, broken itinerary repair and unused ticket segment redemption, through mTravel Assistant?, NotiFlyer?, TripRepair? and TravelBank?.



“TechTravelers are leaders in second-generation managed travel solutions, offering very dynamic and flexible solutions,” said Candace Sneberger, CEO of “Their interest in marrying our products for the benefit of their clients is proof of their innovative outlook. This arrangement allows companies to provide their employees with vacation packages, cruises, air transportation and lodging at great value and with minimal effort.”


“This is a real win-win for companies and government agencies, Murray said. “Businesses can now provide a very attractive HR benefit at virtually no cost, while employees, as a benefit, can access and book the best vacation packages and cruises right from their corporate travel portal.”


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