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Travel security specialist Anvil Group has won a major award for its traveller monitoring system.Anvil has been awarded the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation for the development of the Employee Travel Monitoring System (ETMS).
The system alerts travel buyers to situations that could potentially affect their travellers’ safety such as when they book a trip to a destination that is known to be dangerous or choose to fly with an airline that has a poor safety record.
Anvil’s ETMS also stores information about travellers which can then be used to identify, contact and provide support to them if their trip is impacted by an incident, or even stop them travelling to an affected destination in the first place.
Matthew Judge, group managing director of Anvil, said: “When something goes wrong overseas, responding quickly is absolutely imperative – from safeguarding the employee to notifying their family.
“ETMS consolidates all these needs into one application and it’s fantastic for Anvil receive the revered Queen’s Award for Enterprise in recognition of its innovative design and commercial success.
“This accolade is testament to the overwhelming benefit of ETMS to our clients and the hard work put into its development by our highly skilled in-house IT team.”
The Queen’s Award for Enterprise is given to companies which demonstrate “outstanding business achievements” in terms of innovation, international trade or sustainable development.
Read BBT’s feature on traveller tracking