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Deem Join Hands with Corporate Travel Management to Boost Customer Experience

To Leverage Mobile Technology to Offer Consumer-Like Traveling Experience 

Deem, one of the leading mobile and cloud technology providers for the corporate travel industry has entered a strategic partnership with Corporate Travel Management to enhance the customer experience in the traveling sector. Deem has taken the step to create an exceptional travel booking and management technology along with offering a superior business travel solution to the corporate customers.

The partnership will allow Deem to become more flexible and integrate with any expense software, enabling the clients to use any expense software as per their choices.

Deem President David Grace said that with CTM sharing the same values with customer experience and service along with technology & innovation at the core, they aim to serve their customers and travelers better.  

CTM President Kelly Noftsger also commented that the company is always interested in optimizing the travel experience and better it through technology. 

New Mobile App to Play a Key Role

Deem’s latest mobile app, which is in the form of a newly released ETTA platform offers additional benefits such as dynamic messaging capabilities, iOS accessibility functionality, and consumer-like traveling experience. This may offer a complete business travel solution for travelers and employees.

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