tripBAM/nuTravel integration adds automation to hotel booking

tripBAM has integrated with nuTravel, expanding its reach to corporations using nuTravel’s enterprise travel booking solutions today. The integration of these technologies will bring new fulfillment automation for travel management companies, as nuTravel will automatically re-book hotel rooms for travelers as soon as travelers accept the cost-saving tripBAM option that meets corporate guidelines.

tripBAM uses patent-pending “cluster” shopping processes to find savings on more than 60 percent of hotel groups searched, with average savings of more than $50 per night. nuTravel, a founding member of the Mundi Global Alliance, delivers the corporate travel industry’s fastest, most flexible online travel booking solutions.

Working in partnership with direct corporate clients and TMCs, nuTravel’s integration facilitates the distribution of new and modified traveler hotel booking data to tripBAM to shop for lower rates against a cluster of comparable, preferred hotels. Once the lower rate is found, a simple click of a button by the traveler will send a message to nuTravel to automatically re-book and confirm the lower rate option, building additional efficiencies and cost savings into the fulfillment process.

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