The company serves the corporate market and promises to deliver a “consistent, cost-effective, secure and sustainable evolving global programme, so that travellers experience caring service and safe solutions through a blended integration of people and technology”.
Layton, the director and majority co-owner of the company, says: “I have been totally overwhelmed by the sheer amount of goodwill shown by our clients, colleagues, partners and friends in the industry.
“As a team, we have been humbled beyond belief at the traction we have been able to build in just 90 days.”
Andrew Hopgood, co-owner of CAP Worldwide and the architect of the ‘Capture’ technology platform, adds: “Capture has been custom-built with workflows and automation to deliver a consistent and responsive service, while also producing great data which enables us to provide actionable insights to our clients to ensure their programmes continue to evolve.”
Fellow Director Kate Scott, responsible for global implementation and client management, says her objective is to “ensure ease of booking, data security, traveller tracking and accurate data is delivered”.