Serko and Montreal-based travel management company Voyages Encore Travel Inc. announced today the first Zeno reseller agreement in North America.
The Zeno platform features innovative user interfaces for desktop and mobile as part of its travel booking and expense solution for managed travel programs of any size. The application allows travel category managers to gain actionable insights from bookings, drive cost savings and maintain control, while providing the first truly new user experience to travelers in over a decade.
For travel management company (TMC) partners, Zeno offers advanced technology that uses artificial intelligence to continually improve the user experience. Zeno’s superior interface helps increase adoption of the tool, which reduces “rogue” bookings made outside the managed travel program. The platform also offers more complete, easily-accessible data to TMCs to help their clients optimize their travel spend.
Monique Mardinian, CEO of Voyages Encore Travel, said, "We are very pleased to announce our partnership with Serko and serve as their pilot TMC reseller for Zeno in North America. The technology they bring to the corporate travel marketplace with this tool is incredible, and I look forward to the innovation that our partnership will spur within the travel industry."
The reseller agreement will allow Voyages Encore Travel clients to select Zeno as their travel booking and expense solution via the TMC starting today.
Rich Miller, General Manager, North America for Serko, said, “In signing this agreement, Serko and Voyages Encore Travel are bringing together two leaders in the corporate travel and expense management space. Voyages Encore Travel has served as a great partner and early adopter, and their innovative approach to travel management will allow clients to better streamline purchasing and fulfillment of travel and related services via Zeno. Overall, the response to the Zeno platform has been extremely positive so far in North America, and we expect several more agreements to follow in the coming months.”