Paris, France, July 12, 2019 - Enhancing ground transportation options to its Partner assistance companies, the growing International Assistance Group (IAG) has appointed GET-E as an Accredited Service Provider. The service is available in over 700 destinations spread across 140 countries.
Providing a quality, safe and secure service, GET-E works with several notable clients in the assistance sector as well as managing crew movements for major airlines and servicing the requirements of large travel management companies. Suppliers in the GET-E global network are fully insured and licensed, with visits and audits carried out by the GET-E Network team. With real-time GPS tracking becoming an increasing requirement in transport management, GET-E already has this operational in an increasing number of locations.
“GET-E’s technological approach to both front-end operational and back-office needs very much fits into where the IAG strategy in a number of service areas,” explained Louise Heywood, IAG’s General Manager. She added: “Providing end-to-end case management isn’t just about connecting patients with doctors and hospitals. There are growing customer expectations for all of the elements to be fully managed.”
GET-E’s Managing Director, Alexander Van Deudekom, announced that “GET-E is delighted to become part of the International Assistance Group family as an Accredited Service Provider. We are much more than an innovative online booking portal, our existing Assistance company client’s value highly the 24/7 support and expertise provided by our multi-lingual customer service team. We look forward to welcoming new IAG customers to the GET-E service”
The range of available vehicles, together with a meet-and-greet service, enables GET-E to provide transportation to those facing personal mobility issues or where there is a need for secure door-to-door service such as medical teams carrying medication and expensive equipment or the ‘walking wounded’ with crutches or other mobility equipment.
GET-E’s streamlined, and technological approach is supported by a 24/7 multi-lingual contact centre operating from their base in the Netherlands.