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Auckland, New Zealand. 16th September 2015 – Serko Ltd. (SKO.NZ), a leader in online travel booking and expense management for business, announced that it has signed a reseller agreement with BCD Travel, a global travel management company providing corporate travel services to businesses in more than 110 countries.
The agreement is multi-year and gives BCD Travel the right to distribute Serko Online and Serko Incharge to its base of corporate customers across the world. BCD Travel provides a wide range of travel-related services globally, has a combined worldwide workforce of 11,000, and produced total sales of US$22.4billion in 2014.
Darrin Grafton, Serko CEO, said, “This is a really important signing for us as we now have agreements with all of the global TMCs. BCD is a key element in our globalization strategy and represents an opportunity for additional growth in the wider APAC region.”
Natasha Gillooly, Porter Novelli for Serko,
+ 64 21 915 297
About BCD Travel
BCD Travel helps companies make the most of what they spend on travel. For travelers, this means keeping them safe and productive, and equipping them to make good choices on the road. For travel and procurement managers, it means advising them on how to grow the value of their travel program. For executives, we ensure that the travel program supports company objectives. In short, we help our clients travel smart and achieve more. We make this happen in 110 countries with more than 11,000 creative, committed and experienced people. And it’s how we maintain an industry-leading client-retention rate of 96%, with 2014 sales of US$24.2 billion. For more information, visit www.bcdtravel.com.
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