Mystifly’s Framework for Optimizing Corporate Air Travel Procurement

Presenting Azygos – Enterprise Solution by Mystifly

 30th August 2016 | Bangalore, India – Mystifly, a leading B2B global airfare marketplace, has announced availability of its enterprise solution, Azygos, a framework to optimize corporate air travel procurement. Running on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform, Azygos is tailored to address pertinent and tedious problems that exist across the end-to-end process of corporate air travel management.

Travel is the second largest controllable expense in a corporate budget. Transparency and competitive pricing, data in real time for audit and compliance adherence are critical challenges faced by large global organizations. With Azygos, a company can achieve:

  • End-to-end Consolidation that brings travel management programs across the globe into a single framework.
  • Simple Integration by creating a marketplace where corporations can plug-and-play travel management companies (TMCs), airlines, and third-party providers, and integrate the technology seamlessly with the company’s existing travel management system.
  • Most Competitive Airfares from the consolidation and aggregation of global airfares to provide the lowest fares from anywhere to anywhere.
  • Transparency and Data Visibility in real time for seamless, simplified, and accurate audits.
  • Higher savings on budget with access to the best deals and fares, transparency, and data visibility to better manage budgets and unlock savings.

Mystifly’s flagship product MyFareBox, a B2B airfare booking platform, has already enabled thousands of users access to the best airfares and the smartest deals consolidated from more than 900 airlines, multiple global distribution systems, and over 170 low-cost carriers. Mystifly’s product offerings today empower more than 2,500 travel organisations across the world with the most competitive global airfare content, and substantial cost reductions of up to 40 percent.

Deployed on Microsoft Azure, Mystifly serves a vast customer and partner base from a nearby Microsoft datacentre e3dfe,  and benefits from the flexibility Microsoft Azure provides to handle the burst nature of traffic to the airfare consolidation platform. Microsoft Azure helps Mystifly achieve agility in managing operations with zero downtime, while maintaining data security and anytime accessibility, and the assurance of Microsoft Azure disaster recovery capabilities.

Rajeev Kumar, Founder and CEO, Mystifly commented, “In a connected world, travel needs to be seamless. Our objective is to empower global travel professionals to provide better service to their customers. To that end, it was mission critical for us to create a platform that is futuristic enough to take business travel to the next level.”

Andrea Carl, Director, Commercial Communications, Microsoft Corp. said, “The global scale and agility of Microsoft Azure helps Mystifly and its customers improve the travel management experience across the board. Microsoft is pleased that our mutual customers can benefit from Mystifly’s global travel expertise.”

To discover more about Azygos, please visit: www.mystifly.com

 

About Mystifly

Mystifly is an anywhere-to-anywhere B2B global airfare marketplace offering fare consolidation from more than 900 airlines, multi-GDSs, and over 170 LCCs across more than 70 points of sale countries in the Americas, EMEA and APAC. Founded in 2009, the company focuses on applying the right mix of technology and inventive thought processes to create solutions that can disrupt the air travel industry.

Mystifly’s flagship air ticketing platform – MyFareBox, along with a suite of technology-driven products, today are empowering over 2500 customers globally to service their customers better. This includes 22 of the top 50 UK TMCs, more than 60 global OTAs, and 9 of the top 10 Indian TMCs, among several others. Recipient of  World’s Leading Airline Consolidator award by World Travel Award, Mystifly ticketed over 26,000 city pairs spread over 190 origin countries in 2015 alone.

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