CarTrawler, Kaligo Travel Solutions Launch Rental Platform

Photo courtesy of CarTrawler
Photo courtesy of CarTrawler

CarTrawler, an online global car rental platform, has announced a partnership with Kaligo Travel Solutions, an innovator in loyalty and travel technology.

With this deal, Kaligo incorporates CarTrawler’s car rental booking capabilities into its TravelEdge accrual and redemption suite via integration of CarTrawler’s ancillary revenue platform, which is currently used by 100-plus international airlines and 2,000 travel retailers globally.

“When you provide your partners with value that's relevant to them, you're showing them you’ve listened and understand their needs,” said Aileen O’Mahony, CarTrawler’s chief commercial officer. “Our new partnership with Kaligo illustrates our strategy to improve the loyalty offering that our B2B partners can provide to their customers. Car rental is now covered in one simple integration — enabling Kaligo to offer its partners a high-quality, mobile-ready platform for all non-air ancillaries.”

“We partnered with CarTrawler because of their dedication to high quality global content and customer experience”, said Kyle Armstrong, CEO of Kaligo Travel Solutions. “This strategic partnership allows us to bolster our already best-in-market portfolio of products and experiences for our partners.”

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