A handful of travel management companies is looking closely at four-year-old PSNGR1, a booking tool for both travelers and advisors. Generally designed for smaller and midsize clients, the system offers connections to NDC-compliant channels, a Next Generation Storefront display and a fresh interface with new collaborative travel planning and chatting components.

Executives with the TMCs said this was not a Concur Travel replacement. It doesn't have the sort of multinational support and multidimensional integration that global . . .

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