For Willy Wong, a call from Travelport's head of Australia and New Zealand a few years ago seemed like a missed opportunity. But it developed into a happy relationship with five North America-based travel management companies. 

During an interview this month, the founder of Toronto-based automation provider iFuture said that as a software developer, his interest in travel management was largely accidental. He had created something that offered value to airfare consolidators using the development toolkit from Travelport's Galileo reservation system. 

Travelport showed it around to some of its other . . .

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