FCm Travel Solutions UAE has launched a new
suite of client products and services in the Middle East.
FCm UAE has aggressively strengthened its
capabilities in the region this year, introducing an online booking tool,
new client reporting capabilities and corporate card solutions as
part of a wide range of initiatives to further streamline travel
General manager FCm Middle East
Andrew Boxall said FCm’s suite of business travel tools would
cater for the small to medium and mid to large client market in
the UAE and provide customers with enhanced travel data for
tighter control of their travel spend.
increasingly cost-conscious environment, companies are seeking
greater visibility of their travel spend for analysis and
financial management, which we can provide through our
multi-national client reporting solution called Clientbank,”
Andrew said. “Clientbank reduces the time, complexity and cost
involved in managing corporate travel across the world. In
addition our strong local reporting suites will deliver
comprehensive travel data at a regional level.
corporate customers are also more focused on leveraging the global
purchasing power of FCm’s worldwide network as a way of sourcing
more competitive deals on their air travel and accommodation. Part
of our strategy for the Middle East has been to deliver special
travel offers, which have been very well received.”
FCm UAE’s new range of products and services
• FCm Advantage (in-house travel club for FCm
• Clientbank (FCm’s multi-national client
• Strong local reporting suites
• Online booking tools
• Full visa assistance for clients
• Payment solutions through corporate cards
travel offers for both the leisure and corporate markets
The introduction of business consolidation plans for regional
The launch to market of FCm UAE’s new
products and services coincides with a record performance for the
company’s operation in Dubai during the past year.
FCm Dubai grew the business by an estimated 80% over six
months setting new records for growth on a monthly basis in the
first half of 2010.
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