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SilverRail launches new partnership with nuTravel

SilverRail launches new partnership with nuTravel

SilverRail has announced a new partnership with nuTravel.

With SilverRail’s pioneering SilverCore technology, nuTravel, the US based travel technology firm providing travel booking technology solutions, is able to connect it’s corporate travel customers to VIA Rail content for the first time.

SilverCore is the world’s first unified SaaS platform for global rail, connecting rail carriers with the worldwide ecosystem of travel distributors and managers.

The API simplifies the complexity involved in selling rail by providing a single, integrated service for shopping, booking, and purchasing tickets; regardless of rail carrier or global market, enabling nuTravel to provide a simple and efficient user experience.

VIA Rail is nuTravel’s first connection to SilverCore, which enables customers to search and book rail journeys in Canada, right alongside searches for flights.


Of the new partnership, nuTravel vice president, product and customer solutions, Damar Christopher, said: “nuTravel is absolutely dedicated to delivering the best content for our customers.

“We believe our collaboration with SilverRail to provide VIA Rail content epitomises this, and its ground-breaking technology platform furthers our Open Integration strategy of partnering with technology leaders in the industry.

“As a recognised innovator in corporate travel, we are committed to continuing to develop our integration with SilverRail so that we can further improve the traveller’s corporate booking experience.”

SilverRail is an technology business providing digital infrastructure to enable travellers to search, plan and book global rail tickets.

Bob Allen, US director of account management at SilverRail, added: “We are delighted to be announcing our partnership with nuTravel.

“Over 35 carriers are connected via our SilverCore technology and now with nuTravel we can offer its corporate travel customers the opportunity to see rail content alongside air information for the first time.”