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Traveldoo Introduces Traveldoo Enterprise

has announced the release of
Traveldoo Enterprise, a new online travel spend management platform.This solution proposes a new set of capabilities to help large
organisations improve the performance of their travel procurement
processes and optimise their European travel spend.
Traveldoo Enterprise is based on the unique combination of three
components: an online reservation platform, designed for scalability and
open to European content diversity; powerful tools for extended travel
policy management; and a set of interactive dashboards delivering an
unprecedented visibility over travel program performance.

Traveldoo Enterprise has drawn on experiences from first pan-European
implementations, emanates from ideas and suggestions of our clients and
large organisations in Europe. Thus, Traveldoo delivers a new solution
fully aligned with today’s diversity of the European market and offers
the flexibility to adapt quickly to future changes.

Because the success of online corporate travel services depends on their
adoption by end-users, Traveldoo Enterprise integrates content in sync
with European market specificities, and process innovations such as the
‘3-Click Booking’ and the ‘1-Click Search’ for hotels around company’s
frequent destinations. Usability is also very much linked to application
response time and reliability. Traveldoo Enterprise is built on Java 2
Platform (J2EE), uses Web Services and the latest GDS interfaces
(Amadeus epower, Galileo Web Services…). This translates into
immediate benefits for our clients: scalability, interoperability and

“Although global trends underpin the evolution of the travel industry,
each regional market is characterised by its own dynamic and
specificities. Today, no ‘global’ product in the marketplace can
effectively serve large organisations in Europe” said Olivier Mindren,
Vice President Marketing, Traveldoo. “We propose a new evolutionary
solution, Traveldoo Enterprise, to address more efficiently the
diversity and the growing complexity of European markets”.