Travelogix continues North American growth with their second TMC customer, Dallas-based, Campbell Travel.
We have solidified our position in a crucial market by entering into a multiyear agreement with Campbell Travel, a prominent North American TMC. This strategic move ensures the continuation of Travelogix’s growth trajectory globally.
With 2023 representing a strong international growth year for the team here at Travelogix, adding Campbell Travel, which has been in operation for 40 years, is a hugely important step for everyone connected to the agreement.
Campbell Travel will join leading global TMCs in adopting Analytix for comprehensive internal and external on-demand reporting.
Additionally, they will take advantage of Geo; our duty of care platform, which tracks travellers via their itinerary data.
The Geo platform can be accessed by both the travel management company (TMC) and their corporate clients. Geo not only consolidates current and future traveller locations, but also provides real-time security alerts, map overlays, and risk profiling for all countries worldwide.
Teri Goins, President at Campbell Travel, commented:
Campbell Travel is thrilled to partner with Travelogix! Their powerful insights, along with our commitment to exceptional service, positions us perfectly to redefine the way our clients manage not only their critical travel data but their travel programme more broadly.
Tahir Zia, Director of Sales at Travelogix, commented:
“Positioning Travelogix as an innovative change-maker in the world of data management in the business travel space is a crucial ingredient for our continued success and international growth.
“Only by adding well-respected TMCs, like Campbell Travel, to our portfolio, can we truly realise our growth objectives in new markets – so we are overjoyed with this new agreement.
“We’re proud to be working with an agency that has a 40-year legacy in a market we have huge aspirations for. I’d like to thank the management team at Campbell Travel for entrusting us with their data management and reporting needs”.