HRG's in-house self-booking tool, HRG Online, now is compatible with all major global distribution systems, - Business Travel News

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February 11, 2013 - 10:10 AM ET

HRG's in-house self-booking tool, HRG Online, now is compatible with all major global distribution systems, according to the travel management company. Previously only available through Travelport, HRG Online now works with Apollo, Sabre and Amadeus as well, an HRG spokesperson told BTN, and as a result will be supported in many more markets. "This sees HRG Online active in 30 countries so far but the number is rising all the time and could be 50 if that's where our clients need it," the spokesperson said. "We also have included regional functional requirements in our new implementation. Examples include unused ticket management in the Americas and regional low-cost carriers in Brazil and India."

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