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The Accidental Software Company

By July 20, 2009 No Comments

AirPortal®Provides the business traveler a single point of access

We never set out to be a software development company. The old adage “necessity is the mother of invention” played out for us here.

The genesis for AirPortal® came from the banking model. It occurred to us that everyone can access their banking transactions from one log-in. Whether you transact your banking on-line, use the drive-up window, go inside the bank, use the mail or do it with electronic transfers, you can always find all of your banking transactions in one place.

Conversely; access to your travel bookings is fragmented, depending on how and where you book your travel. AirPortal® was developed to match the convenience which on-line banking provides. It provides the business traveler a single point of access to all of their travel itineraries and data anywhere at any time.

Christopherson Andavo Travel, “The Accidental Software Company” has now built 11 proprietary travel technologies which have improved the travel management services for our 800 corporate clients across the U.S.

www.christophersontravel.com

www.christophersontravel.com/business/technology/airportal/

Mike Cameron

Mike Cameron

Mike Cameron; CEO of Christopherson, which is privately owned by him and his wife Camille. They have four children and nine grandchildren.

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