iJET International, a leading provider of global intelligence and business resiliency services, today announced a preview of its Worldcue® Mobile TRAVELER smartphone app and enhancements to its iJET University training service at this year's Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) Convention. The mobile tools and training are designed to help multinational organizations better prepare and protect business travelers as they navigate an increasingly risky global environment.
The Worldcue TRAVELER app is an extension of iJET's Travel Risk Management (TRM) services, providing clients' travelers with instant access to mission-critical intelligence, tools and assistance – including destination intelligence for hundreds of countries and cities; custom Important Notices from employers; easy access to current and future trip information; and one-tap connection to travel, medical and security assistance globally.
Worldcue Mobile TRAVELER for iPhone, Android and BlackBerry smartphones is expected to be generally available later this summer. iJET University delivers a range of hands-on risk management training courses for professionals and business travelers. The new iJET University online learning portal provides centralized access to online and classroom training. Now clients can offer a mix of custom and off-the-shelf trainings, designed and delivered by iJET and other industry experts, to any (or all) employees through a tailored online learning center. Special training for travelers and expatriates prepares individuals and teams for success abroad.
"Business travel and expatriate assignments often expose employees to unfamiliar and disruptive situations," said Bruce McIndoe, CEO of iJET. "Forward-leaning organizations are searching for travel risk management tools and services that incorporate the realities of today's mobile operating environment – preparing employees before they go on travel or assignment and supporting them along every step of their trips."
iJET will be demonstrating Worldcue Mobile TRAVELER, iJET University, and it's suite of Worldcue Travel Risk Management products at Booth #409 at the 2012 GBTA Convention, held July 22 - 25 in Boston, Massachusetts. Designed to protect employees pre-trip, on location and in an emergency, iJET's TRM solutions enable organizations to monitor and assess threats across the globe; immediately determine their impact on travelers and expats; and communicate and respond to threats at a moment's notice.
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