SilverRail Partners with Emburse to Enable its Clients to Buy and Amend Amtrak Tickets
Written by Frederic Kalinke
London, UK, September 2022
SilverRail, the B2B travel technology company that helps rail operators and travel agencies transform how they serve customers and run their businesses, is excited to announce a partnership with Emburse, the global leader in spend optimisation.
Emburse, which helps companies automate manual travel and expense management processes and improve visibility and control over travel spend, is using SilverRail to provide it with Amtrak content so that its US corporate clients can book and amend train tickets.
SilverRail provides companies like Emburse with a simple and cost-effective rail booking, ticketing and after-sales solution. Its API is designed to significantly reduce the complexity, operational cost and technical effort in connecting to rail content, and in doing so, makes selling rail easy. Click here to find out more about our distribution solution.
Juliette Thorpe, Senior Commercial Director at SilverRail said, “We are happy to announce our partnership with Emburse, an intuitive OBT for corporate travel. As more companies commit to net zero targets and shift to more sustainable travel practices, it’s great to help another player in the corporate travel ecosystem to sell rail easily.”
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Frederic Kalinke, Marketing Director at SilverRail
About SilverRail Technologies (www.silverrailtech.com)
SilverRail is delivering the digital infrastructure for the global rail industry.
SilverRail’s technology makes rail easy for rail operators, travel agencies and travellers. Its product suite spans the full customer experience: journey planning, distribution, fulfilment, customer service and data insight.
- Handles more than 1 billion online rail searches each year
- Distributes tickets for more than 35 providers and carriers
- Processes more than 30 million bookings each year
- Serves more than 1,500 corporate customers worldwide
SilverRail was founded in 2009 and has offices in London, Boston, Stockholm and Brisbane.