Australia's Corporate Travel Management added to its online booking tool post-ticketing changes and hotel inventory from booking site Wotif. - Business Travel News

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November 13, 2012 - 01:00 PM ET

Australia's Corporate Travel Management added to its online booking tool post-ticketing changes and hotel inventory from booking site Wotif. CTM claimed the capability to handle online post-ticketing changes through its U-book system is a "first" for TMCs in the Asia/Pacific region. It is available for domestic Australian and New Zealand GDS bookings. Meanwhile, by integrating hotel content from Wotif into U-book, "CTM clients have access to the largest hotel inventory in Australia and New Zealand with the biggest range of room types and rates," according to the TMC. "The new technology will source and display all available GDS and Wotif inventory combined into one easy-to-read list."

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