Email the editor

Inntel helps Equiniti reduce travel spend by 10 per cent


Pictured: David Luney, Inntel's account manager for Equiniti

Inntel has helped its new client Equiniti Group reduce its travel spend by 10 per cent in the first six months of contract.

The Colchester-based agency was appointed to provide travel management services for Equiniti after a lengthy evaluation period.

The technology provider has credited Inntel's single booking platform as to helping it better manage its travel costs, saying it has led to a 10 per cent reduction year on year.

Richard Barton-Wood, head of group procurement and property at Equiniti, said: "We were keen to find a travel management supplier who understood our business and core values, with a partnership approach to account management. We wanted a provider with an excellent knowledge of the travel industry and the buying power to match it. We are delighted to have found all this and more in Inntel.  Within the first six months of partnering with Inntel we have already started to see a reduction of over 10 per cent in our year on year travel spend."

Rob Bloor, group financial controller at Equiniti, said: "Inntel has provided us with one single platform to book all our travel needs, giving us the ability to tailor to our own control framework and have brought transparency to our costs and booking patterns."

David Luney, who manages the Equiniti account for Inntel, said: "I’m really excited to be working with The Equiniti Group and this is an example of Inntel successfully competing for and securing another major client win.  I am looking forward to providing them with a cost effective travel service which meets their needs, whilst achieving savings and efficiencies across their travel programme."

Facebook Share Twitter Share LinkeIn Share