Yatra to cater to Welspun World for their domestic corporate travel needs
Yatra Online, Inc., through its Indian subsidiary, Yatra Online Limited has partnered with Welspun World to manage their domestic travel requirements. Through this partnership, Yatra aims to offer tailored, end-to-end travel solutions for Welspun’s corporate employees.
As a key feature of this partnership, Yatra will offer its self-booking tool (SBT) to Welspun designed to serve Welspun’s diverse travel requirements. This user-friendly platform will enable Welspun employees to conveniently book flights, hotels, trains, and other services, including taxis and guest houses. Leveraging Yatra’s industry-leading expertise, global network, and advanced technology, the tool will optimise Welspun’s travel logistics and improve the travel experience for its employees.
Speaking on the partnership, Sabina Chopra, COO-Corporate Travel and Head- Industry Relations, Yatra Online Limited, said, “We are thrilled to welcome Welspun World as a valued client and partner. We believe that this partnership represents a significant milestone for us, and we are excited to extend our world-class travel management services to Welspun. With our ‘Yatra for Business’ platform’s integrated technology and our agile customer onboarding process, we have established a leadership position in the corporate travel sector. We are committed to delivering exceptional travel experiences, cost savings, and streamlined processes to further enhance Welspun’s operations.”
Nitin Jain, CEO of WTSL, Welspun’s Global Capability Center, said, “Welspun World has growth plans in line with make-in-India vision of the GOI. As an important business partner and enabler within the group, WTSL (Welspun Transformation Services Ltd) has responsibility of providing right and reliable services to Welspun’s needs. Business Travel is one such area which is critical part of group’s plan. By partnering with Yatra Online Ltd, we expect our internal customers to get a seamless travel experience which will help them to save time in organising the travels and focus on their productive tasks.”