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Thomas Cook India introduces ‘Holiday Mate' to support B2B travel agent partners

21 Nov 2022 , 03:05 PM

Thomas Cook

Thomas Cook (India) Limited announced the launch of Holiday Mate, an online B2B tool that enables its travel agent partners to provide end-users with quick, seamless, and accurate services.

In leveraging technology to deliver increased benefits to customers and the business, the company has consistently demonstrated innovation, agility, and digital astuteness.

In accordance with the company's Digital First strategy, the launch of its innovative digital solution - Holiday Mate - provides Thomas Cook India with a significant first-mover advantage in the holiday space.

To ensure seamless delivery of contactless, scalable, and secure solutions to customers, Thomas Cook has deployed end-to-end digital solutions and processes across business lines.

Holiday Mate enables Thomas Cook's travel agent partners to manage end-to-end holiday bookings seamlessly online - from selecting suitable products, customisation, to payments - in an effort to simplify processes and effectively manage time.

The company benefits from Thomas Cook's Holiday Mate in its outreach to India's viable tier 2, 3, and 4 key source markets, significantly increasing the company's market share.

Holiday Mate initially offers Thomas Cook's Group Tours (GIT), with Individual Travel (FIT) to follow in the next phase.

At around 3.02 PM, Thomas Cook was trading at Rs73.25 down by 1.68% from its previous closing of Rs74.50 on the BSE. The scrip touched intraday high and low of Rs74.65 and Rs72.25 respectively.

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