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TRAVELOGIX CLIENT ASSEMBLY


Left to right: Travelogix’s Chris Lewis, Patrick McGinley and Ashley Perez of Crystal Corporate Travel


Delegates had the chance to test the platform throughout the day


PILLOW DRILLING INTO DATA Travelogix launched its new AnalytixX2 platform at its Client Assembly in December, and showcased how the tool can be used to ‘tell the stories’ behind data


“IT WAS A BOLD DECISION” STATES CHRIS LEWIS, Founder and Chief Executive of Travelogix, addressing its decision to reinvent the existing Analytix platform “from the ground up”. Lewis took Client Assembly 2018 guests on a journey to illustrate the company’s growth over the previous two years.


The decision to develop AnalytixX2 was


a result of various feature requests made by users and clients at Travelogix Client Assembly 2016. Reinventing the platform has enabled Travelogix to deliver on its clients’ requests and more by providing significant new features that will change the way TMCs and their clients use data. December’s Client Assembly was held at Birchwood Park, and catered for over 80 guests from 40 leading TMCs and industry suppliers. Guests were also invited to Penta Hotel Warrington for the after-party.


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Headline sponsors for the day are established industry names: Atriis and Evolvi. This added to the existing portfolio of travel-related sponsors, consisting of: Amadeus, CMAC, Dolphin Dynamics, Global Warning System, RefundMy.Flights and Travel Trade Recruitment. All sponsors featured during the event’s maiden Partner Showcase to network with guests and promote their products and services. The day began with the unveiling of AnalytixX2


, led by Lewis, which focused on new features and enhancements that users can expect to see when AnalytixX2


fully launched this year. Operations and Product Manager Sally-Anne Houlker presented Travelogix’s detailed strategy to transition existing clients on to the new platform. The Travelogix management team then took to the stage for


is


an open Q&A to engage with guests to discuss upcoming trends and likely future demands from TMCs over the next two years. Headline sponsors, Atriis and Evolvi, addressed guests with presentations outlining challenges


Left to right: Hazel Dawson, Advantage Focus Partnership; Andy Boorman, Advantage Business Travel; James Graham, Travel Company Edinburgh


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