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18 October 2021 - Virtual
28 October - London, UK
Tristar Worldwide has launched a mobile app designed to help simplify the booking process for UK journeys.
The chauffeur service provider said the app combines Tristar’s knowledge of traffic patterns with the amount of time the customer requires at the airport to calculate pick-up times.
When the chauffeur arrives, a push notification and SMS are sent with vehicle details and a contact number for the chauffeur, which can be dialled directly from the app.
A full history of bookings made on the app, online or through Tristar’s contact centre are logged – the firm says says this offers organisations greater control over travel spend.
Travel research company Phocuswright predicts that one in five of all online travel bookings in Europe will be made via a mobile device by 2015.
Tristar’s CEO, Dean De Beer, said: “The app uses the latest technology to provide our clients with what they want – an informed, travel experience at every touch-point, from booking to invoicing.”