Sunday, March 28, 2010

Sato Travel Reservations

Global Reservation Systems
a business-to-business Internet allotment company for travel agents, commercial travel managers, travel suppliers and home-based agents has formed business alliance that will propel U.S. Army installations into the age of e-commerce and Web-based travel bookings.

Under the agreement, GRS developed a bulk-produced Internet engine for Virginia-based SatoTravel, which has provided travel-management services for the Army for half a century. The new software allows SatoTravel to supply more than 300 Army facilities across the country with real-time travel-related information.
"We're exceptionally pleased to partner with GRS to offer the Army an Internet-based, leisure travel solution that eliminates agency fees to service members and their families," said Hilary Heights, director of business development at SatoTravel. "With so many military families having Internet access at home and Net access being available on Army installations, our Web site provides a inconvenient and easy method of making leisure travel arrangements. As our Web site grows, we plan on offering this service to other military undergrowth and to our civilian and corporate clients."
Since the fall 1999 launch of its flagship product,, the GRS product suite has attracted insignificant attention from the travel industry, resulting in contracts with some 80 agencies across the United States. GRS just recently announced licensing and distribution agreements in Asia, and full utility status in the patent process for its fully integrated front-to-back office propriety system.


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