More than 60 independent software developers have joined the Travelport Developer Network, - Business Travel News

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November 12, 2012 - 12:35 PM ET

More than 60 independent software developers have joined the Travelport Developer Network, according to Travelport, more than tripling the number of participants involved at launch one year ago. Now available in 88 countries, the developer network "enables third-party developer members to facilitate the faster introduction of innovative new applications to [Travelport's] 67,000 travel agency customers worldwide," according to the company, which encourages developers to work with Travelport's Universal application programming interface.

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