Fast-growing technology company Locomote has appointed Nicole Colley to the new position of client partner.
Colley was formerly business services manager at law firm Allen & Overy and was one of Locomote’s original clients.
In her new role, she will be responsible for some of Locomote's key multinational clients, including the delivery of its products.
The Locomote platform enables people to easily book, authorise and manage their travel from anywhere in the world.
Colley spent five years at Allen & Overy, building up its business services team and overseeing its operations in Sydney and Perth.
Colley will be based in Sydney, where several of Locomote’s clients have their head offices, and report in to chief executive officer and executive chairman Philip Weinman.
Colley said she was excited to be joining Locomote because she believes so strongly in its products.
“From the moment I discovered the technology platform, I knew I had found something special and I then had the pleasure of working with the Locomote team to implement it,” she said.
“In a nutshell, the technology empowers corporate businesses to take control of their travel management programmes in a way that has never before been possible from one integrated platform.
“When the timing was right for a Sydney based role, I was honoured to be asked to join the team.”
Weinman said Colley would be an excellent addition to its strong management team.
“I’m delighted to welcome Nicole to the team,” he said. “She was one of the founding clients of Locomote and will be able to explain to future clients the significant benefits and cost savings that Locomote can offer them.”
Locomote’s travel management platform is saving companies time and money by enabling them to book, authorise and manage their travel from anywhere in the world. Locomote is 49% owned by leading travel commerce platform Travelport.
Locomote offers the following benefits:
- Users have a simple experience that enables them to manage their booking on one platform
- Companies save time and internal costs
- Companies own their profile data and reduce their dependency on suppliers’ networksCompanies can run reports irrespective of the country they are in or the supplier they choose
- Direct integration with suppliers’ inventory
- Consistent collection and security of data
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