Frankfurt, 5th February 2019 — Like a guardian angel on business trips: Acomodeo, the world's leading digital provider of serviced apartments, will offer its business travel customers maximum security in the future. Together with A3M, the company has created an interface to the global monitoring system of the Tübingen-based expert for crisis early warning systems. The interface already went into operation with the first joint DAX customer — more to follow.
The integration of Global Monitoring will enable an automated comparison of travel data from the booking system with sources of imminent danger. The A3M team continuously records emerging risks from more than 500 news sources worldwide, ranging from news agencies and social media to earthquake and hurricane monitoring centers. If, for example, an employee is staying in a city where political unrest is imminent, the Global Monitoring system automatically informs the employee and their employer about the source of the danger via e-mail or SMS and provides corresponding tips on how to act further. With the new function, Acomodeo is once again noticeably expanding its comprehensive service package and responding actively to customers’ needs with its duty of care tool. Through the newly developed interface other providers such as np4 and iSos can also be connected, in order to accommodate the needs of large clients better.
"Nowadays, security is a major factor for business travelers and their employer", comments Isabell Ernst, Head of Sales at Acomodeo. "We are very happy to be able to offer customers the highest level of security in the future and allow them to even better integrate Acomodeo into their process. A3M, with its expertise and years of experience in the field, is the ideal partner."
A3M is one of the leading providers of early warning systems. Its users originate from the business travel sector of small and medium-sized as well as large companies and groups. In addition to customers in the business travel segment, the Tübingen-based company also provides crisis alerts for major tour operators in the leisure travel sector — including TUI, Thomas Cook, FTI and Dertour. The German Travel Association (DRV) even declared the company as the industry standard.
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