Yatra.com launches self-booking platform for SMEs to avail corporate deals

Online travel portal Yatra.com on Thursday said that it has launched a GST-compliant self-booking platform for small and medium enterprises […]

   

Online travel portal Yatra.com on Thursday said that it has launched a GST-compliant self-booking platform for small and medium enterprises (SMEs), as part of which the companies would get corporate deals with minimum or no cancellation and rescheduling recharges. SMEs can now manage their company and employee profiles, travel policy compliances and approval workflow, Yatra.com said in a statement. The company said that the GST-complaint system will allow the user to search through a range of flight and hotel options as per the company travel policy. Dhruv Shringi, co-founder and CEO, Yatra.com said: “We believe that this technologically advanced platform will empower SMEs to control their travel needs, while at the same time making it inherently easier for their employees to make bookings in an easy and convenient manner.”

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