Governments also have access to Travel Unit 360. TU360 provides a complete and comprehensive view of their requirements, trips, providers and a broad range of functionality that governments require.
TU360 allows governmental access to their trips down to the task level. This goes way beyond the planning of the trip. Trips can be broken down into activities. Activities are broken down into tasks. Unplanned actions and tasks can arise and be incorporated on the fly.
TU360 has interfaces in a variety of forms including mobile platforms. In consequence, all agents are able to interact on an on demand basis. As an example, a hotel staff or chauffeur driver could be assigned a task and act upon it. The driver will signal out pick up and drop out times allowing tracking members of a delegation. It also allows providing prior information to the task level. In example, chauffeur driver can be asked to show up with a certain brand of water.
TU360 does not only work for the programme management of a trip, but also has analytics that allow gathering critical data around governmental travel and budget expenditures.
But most importantly, it simplifies the management of governmental trips. Standard processes are naturally embedded in the tool. So there is a lot of additional value not only from the tool itself, but from the smooth flow of processes and the additional knowledge acquired through its adoption.
TU360 technical architecture is complex. Every government can choose to host an in-house server and customize its access rights or go to a hybrid cloud. Knowledge and transaction information sharing is limited. Security level is very high as per the nature of the information managed.