Bosch partners with Amadeus and Chrome River for business travel solutions

By Sean Galea-Pace
The engineering company, Bosch, has announced a partnership with Amadeus and Chrome River in order to create a digital, end-to-end business travel solut...

The engineering company, Bosch, has announced a partnership with Amadeus and Chrome River in order to create a digital, end-to-end business travel solution, Buying Business Travel reports.

The partnership will see Bosch embrace Amadeus’s most notable online booking tool, Cytric Travel, and will integrate Chrome River’s expense management tool to process the company’s global travel spend.

Bosch is set to use the Amadeus Mobile platform capabilities in order to enable its employees to stay informed during their business trip.

It will mean the company will utilise the integrated platforms to digitise its travel and expense tool in countries such as Germany, Austria, France and Switzerland with the aim of increasing its scope on a worldwide scale over time.

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According to the report, it is believed that the combination of Cytric Travel, Armadeus Mobile and the Chrome River Expense solution will allow travellers to experience a more straightforward process from planning and booking their trip through to submitting their travel expenses.

Alan Rich, CEO and co-founder of Chrome River, said: “Chrome River’s robust and highly scalable mobile-first expense management solution enables global organisations to offer a seamless experience to their employees, no matter where they are based or how they submit their expenses.”


Decius Valmorbida, president of travel channels at Amadeus, commented: “Today’s market requires that companies be responsive to the needs of the business traveller, whilst remaining focused on cost control and compliance. We are thrilled to work with Bosch in partnership with Chrome River to help provide more cost-effective solutions for the company and better journeys for the traveller.”

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