The Direct ATPI team will be demonstrating new technology enhancements such as Analytics 2.0, a dynamic platform that allows real-time reporting and behavioural monitoring through insightful AI data.
Celebrating nine months since the launch of ATPI Halo – a dedicated environmental sustainability consultancy – ATPI is marking the 2022 Business Travel Show offsetting the carbon emissions for all meetings taking place on their stand, H51, across 29 and 30 June 2022.
Exhibiting as Direct ATPI, the global corporate travel business with a focus on multinational companies whose global operations include North America, the Travel Management Company (TMC) is showcasing the services on offer that really matter to clients. This includes environmental sustainability expertise from ATPI Halo, such as robust carbon emissions monitoring and reporting tools, and credible offsetting options from trusted award winning schemes around the world.
In addition the Direct ATPI team will be demonstrating new technology enhancements such as Analytics 2.0, a dynamic platform that allows real-time reporting and behavioural monitoring through insightful AI data. Live webchat options for travel managers and travellers themselves will also be on show. This includes providing case studies and best practice examples for the integration of popular chat and project management platforms into travel management, such as WhatsApp and Teams.
Experts from across the Direct ATPI business will also feature on several panels as part of the 2022 edition of the Business Travel Show, including:
- Katie Skitterall, group commercial director, sharing expertise on managing service as the pandemic eases on 29 June at 15.25
- Nikki Regan, head of commercial strategy speaking on ‘Communications – How to Engage Travellers and Other Stakeholders in Your Travel Programme’ on 30 June at 14.45.
As well as sharing their insights with travel buyers and professionals at the Business Travel Show, guests can learn more about Direct ATPI’s technology portfolio, the international network of over 100 offices around the world, and specialist divisions servicing sectors such as energy, marine, sports and events.
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