Press Release

Christopherson Business Travel Launches AirPortal™

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH—In continuing its effort to provide superior customer service Christopherson Business Travel (CBT) has implemented AirPortal™, a new exclusive travel management portal that allows their travelers to manage all business travel needs from one simple login. AirPortal has many different tools in a centralized location. This powerful technology will allow Christopherson travelers to view all of their historical and future itineraries, book travel on-line, maintain accurate travel profile information and quickly access customized contact information. CBT is excited to offer this leading-edge interactive travel technology.

Christopherson developed the technology in-house with a software development team led by their Information Technology Manager, Chad Maughan. AirPortal was developed in Microsoft’s .NET as well as Java.

“We determined our travelers had needs that we could not meet with any of the third-party software available, so we built it from the ground up,” said Mike Cameron, President of Christopherson Business Travel.

About Christopherson Business Travel

Christopherson Business Travel (CBT), headquartered in Salt Lake City, is a leader in business travel management. With over 120 employees and 23 offices, the company supports more than $125 million in annual travel bookings. Christopherson Business Travel provides intelligent travel management to more than 600 successful companies. CBT is an affiliate of WorldTravel BTI–one of the largest and most progressive travel management firms in the world.

To learn more about Christopherson Business Travel, visit www.christophersontravel.com.

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