Cleartip and InterGlobe Technology Quotient (ITQ), Travelport’s distributor for India, Sri Lanka, Maldives and Bhutan, have signed an agreement that renews and extends the former’s distribution agreement with the GDS company. Under the agreement, Cleartrip will make use of Travelport’s travel commerce platform. With its industry-first offerings such as ‘CT Flexmax, CT Flex and CT Upgrade’, Cleartrip expects to disrupt the OTA market.
Under the agreement, Cleartrip will make use of Travelport’s cutting-edge platform to offer enhanced services to its larger customer base. While ITQ will ensure Cleartrip has access to its massive travel content with real-time access to nearly 400 airlines. “As travel recovers around the world, it is an exciting time to form new partnerships. Cleartrip is a renowned name in the industry and we are delighted to partner with them. We look forward to a strong and mutually beneficial partnership,” said Sandeep Dwivedi, director of ITQ operations.
“This partnership with Cleartrip will provide us with new and exciting opportunities to work closely on their strategic business expansion,” said Mark Meehan, Global Vice President and General Manager of Global Operators at Travelport, adding: “I am delighted to see our business The shared vision for modern travel retail continues to deliver a wealth of cutting-edge benefits for both our customers and our industry, enabling us to further transform the travel ecosystem.
Speaking about the partnership, Ayyappan Rajagopal, CEO, Cleartrip said, “With a busy travel period ahead, we are delighted to partner with InterGlobe Technology Quotient for the use of its advanced solutions to provide enhanced services to its customer base. is a key strategic partnership for us that will help us gain competitive advantage and deliver a superior value proposition, and also play an important role in the exponential growth journey that Cleartrip has embarked on.