Rearden Commerce "later this month" will launch a mobile application for ground reservations, - Business Travel News

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February 05, 2013 - 02:45 PM ET

Rearden Commerce "later this month" will launch a mobile application for ground reservations, according to the company. Compatible with Android and iOS devices, the Deem Ground Mobile App will be available to corporate clients that use Rearden's Saturn Reservations System, which the company purchased in 2008 from Global Ground Automation. In addition to enabling ground reservations, "the app will include many of the same features from the web portal," according to Rearden. "It will store payment info, allow customers to easily make reservations (pick-up and drop-off), remember the traveler's last 10 locations, intelligently search addresses and allow ride cancellations." The company also noted that "all corporate settings, including preferred merchants, rates and reporting, will be contained within the app."

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