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Terra Dotta Announces SAP Concur Partnership to Expand Domestic and Global Travel Management Footprint

Terra Dotta becomes an SAP Concur partner to provide real-time travel risk management

Terra Dotta, a leader in higher education travel, study abroad and international program management solutions, today announced a new strategic partnership with SAP® Concur® – the world’s leading brand for travel, expense and invoice management solutions. Terra Dotta will become an SAP Concur partner for higher education travel risk management. Terra Dotta’s integration with the SAP Concur Itinerary API will deliver comprehensive traveler location information from Concur® Travel, Concur® TripLink, TripIt® from Concur, and Concur® Request to Terra Dotta’s trusted Travel Registry solution and AlertTraveler® mobile app.

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“At Terra Dotta, our commitment to delivering enterprise-grade travel risk management solutions for the higher education community spans decades, and we’re thrilled to partner with the SAP Concur organization to bring our award-winning, comprehensive solutions to customer institutions,” said Anthony Rotoli, CEO of Terra Dotta. “As always, we will continue investing in our scalable technology to support inbound and outbound travelers’ needs across a domestic and global footprint throughout the higher education landscape and beyond.”

Terra Dotta’s cloud-based travel registry solution is a real-time travel risk management system that provides pre-travel briefings and automatically notifies affected students, faculty and staff, as well as school administrators, when there is an itinerary change or critical incident in close proximity – whether locally or abroad. The solution includes Terra Dotta’s AlertTraveler mobile app, which provides travelers regional alerts, quick-dial emergency services numbers and a convenient mobile check-in button. Campus administrators have direct access to travelers’ itineraries and GPS data to determine who is affected so they can send institution-specific alerts and serve as a command center for locating, communicating with and reporting on students and staff – whether on campus or abroad.

As part of the new partnership, Terra Dotta will be expanding its language translation support for travel registry and AlertTraveler and developing new enhancements to further broaden the client base across the U.S., Europe and Asia-Pacific regions.

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