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ATPI Group reveals developments to Employee Tracking System at this year’s Business Travel Show

Enhancements to the Employee Tracking System (ETS) with new features aimed to deliver more sophisticated duty of care programmes for business travellers will be demonstrated by the ATPI Group at the 2015 Business Travel Show later this month.
The leading business travel and event management company has developed new features to its ETS to ensure that clients can provide the highest level of duty of care to their employees. ETS allows access to real time data that is available 24/7, based upon enquiry.


The technology offers ATPI clients a host of benefits including access to detailed pre-trip and en-route travel data, enabling the user to review traveller destinations and research security and health information on a case-by-case basis, to ensure employees are fully prepared before they travel. If a security alert arises, ETS’ flight plan reports, passenger location reports and hotels reports identify travellers who are due to arrive in the affected country, or are already at that destination. One of the latest features of ETS is an interactive map showing traveller population density so that you can see instantly if you have employees in a specific area. 

Adam Knights, group sales and marketing director for the ATPI Group says: “Travelling for business particularly to areas where there is the risk of political unrest, extreme weather or threats to health means that companies must ensure they have the adequate systems in place to deliver a robust duty of care programme to employees. Unfortunately, recent global events have seen major incidents in cities and destinations often regarded as safe for business travel. It has never been more important for businesses to be able to know the whereabouts of their people and have procedures in place to manage employee movements.

“Developments to ETS enable our clients to utilise the latest technology and monitor traveller data in real time, so that we can respond as required, across our global network to make any necessary changes to travel requirements and to deliver increased efficiencies to all client’s travel programmes.”

For more information on ETS, visit the ATPI team at the Business Travel Show on stand B445 to discuss first-hand how it works.

The ATPI Group has over 100 offices worldwide and has successful operations in corporate travel, shipping and energy travel, corporate event management and online travel technology.

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