Partners With Rentalcars Connect

Courtesy of Car Rental Express
Courtesy of Car Rental Express, the car rental booking engine dedicated to independent agencies, has announced a partnership with Rentalcars Connect, a division of, an online car rental service.

The new partnership will allow both brands to expand their networks, proving customers more options when choosing a rental vehicle. Visitors to will be able to book a rental vehicle in any one of the 110 destinations across the world, according to the company.

Additionally, both brands expect to see more traffic, higher conversion rates, and an increase in reservations due to the expanded inventory.

“This new partnership will enhance the offering provided to Car Rental Express customers,” said Ady Guthrie, global director at Rentalcars Connect. “Together we will provide more choices of vehicles, in more locations around the world, and on one user-friendly platform. We are pleased to partner with Car Rental Express, a company that has experienced continuous growth in North America for over a decade, and it is our aim to increase this through higher conversion rates and customer satisfaction.”

“By joining forces with Rentalcars Connect, Express iTech is establishing itself as a top partner in the car rental industry,” said Janet Levy, senior finance at Express iTech, creators of Car Rental Express. “Our renters will experience increased satisfaction. This is by far one of the most exciting partnership endeavors Express iTech has established. We look forward to a very successful future with Rentalcars Connect.”

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