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Left to right: Saskia Murray, Meon Valley Travel; Ivor Hughes, Dolphin Dynamics; Tracey Edwards, Meon Valley Travel


Left to right: Christine Wilkins, Travel Trade Recruitment; Tahir Zia, Travelogix; Mary Yeung, Travel Trade Recruitment


for the sector, and the importance of interpreting data. Eduardo Coreixo, Sales Director at Atriis, educated guests about the fluctuations within the business travel sector and why they should be anticipated. Evolvi’s IT Director Andrew Cantrell presented attendees with the upcoming changes within rail ticketing.


NEW FEATURES As Lewis took centre stage to unveil AnalytixX2


, he dissected the platform into key elements, to educate delegates about each new feature within the system. Alongside a brand new user interface, leading new features provides users with the ability to create and organise multiple dashboards containing data summary ‘widgets’ and a new ‘Slice and Dice’ element allowing users to micro-analyse data sets down to specific records.


Lewis also unveiled a significant addition to the platform in ‘DataMine’. “TMCs tell us it’s all very well being able to show customers pretty graphics, but they have told us they need to export data in their own way - DataMine now makes this possible.” In addition to this, Lewis states that users will be able to choose the order in which fields are exported to a CSV file with scheduling factored in. DataShare has been updated and now includes the concept of ‘DataShare users’. “Yes, you can still create a standard Data Share link” explains Lewis, “but now you can also create a DataShare user and share multiple reports more securely via one link and schedule the delivery of the links to those users”. Lewis described other efficient features which consumers should expect to see in AnalytixX2


. A new feature will allow users to


lock their screen via a single click: “Security is key – we have added the ability for users to lock and hide what is on their screen. Whilst this benefits security, this feature will also keep your session live. Instead of timing a


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user out, the new version remembers where you were when you locked your screen and avoids the process of having to log back in and navigate back to where you were last.” System and service alerts have also been added to provide users with service notifications and statuses of data loads. Lastly, Lewis explained that the platform


has been reinvented to now be “completely responsive across all devices” including PC, tablet and mobile – meaning you can optimise the use of AnalytixX2


and have access to the platform wherever you are.


ATTENDEES’ THOUGHTS Long-time customer Meon Valley Travel has been with Travelogix since 2014. Key Account Manager Tracey Edwards stated: “They’ve taken on board a lot of feedback from TMC partners reporting back on what the travel managers require. “From the TMC


“We have lots of requests from corporate customers saying our reports are too detailed, or there’s not enough, but with DataMine you can design better reports. It’s a massive plus.” Alison Carpenter, Client Services


Director at Traveleads, said: “From what we’ve seen, it’s very enhanced, empowering the agent, and the end user. Every customer wants something different, so now you can drill down. Scheduling is important, and the fact it’s customisable is great.”


VISIT


perspective, it’s good having the ability to see your budget versus actual spend on a dashboard. This will help account managers get up to speed with what their clients are up against. With DataMine, I like the ability to drill down and allow TMCs to provide their customers with incredibly detailed expenditure – I think that’s unique in the marketplace.” Martin Pearce, Managing Director of Omega Business Travel, said it was “a fantastic transformation. It’s so easy to use, clean and fast. It was good before, but it’s now going to tell us everything we need. Travelogix is a great partner for us.” Liz O’Grady, Accounts Assistant at Simplexity Travel, added: “From the point of view of working in the back office, it’s a massive change with DataMine because you can report according to the needs of clients. Now it’s tailormade.


It was evident that throughout the day, overwhelming support was voiced for the new platform. As plans are already in place for the next platform, it is clear that the Travelogix Client Assembly in 2020 will be one you do not want to miss.


TRAVELOGIX AT TRAVEL TECHNOLOGY


EUROPE, FEBRUARY 20-21 (STAND T64)


Sally-Anne Houlker, Travelogix


2019


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