Equinti Group selects Inntel for travel and events

Technology solutions company Equinti Group has selected Inntel to manage its business travel, meetings and events.

The company, which has more than 4,000 employees, used an open RFP process to identify a service partner with the ability to manage all aspects of its requirements. Inntel was awarded the contract after a lengthy evaluation period.

Richard Barton-Wood, head of group procurement and property at Equiniti, said: "We were keen to find a travel management supplier who understood our business and core values, with a partnership approach to account management. We wanted a provider with an excellent knowledge of the travel industry and the buying power to match it."


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David Luney, who manages the Equiniti account for Inntel, said: "I’m really excited to be working with The Equiniti Group and this is an example of Inntel successfully competing for and securing another major client win." 

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