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Fortis Riders Unveils Reservation Software

Posted on March 1, 2009

GREENVILLE, S.C. — Fortis Riders, a major provider of chauffeured transportation services for private jet owners and passengers, unveiled its new Global Driver reservation software during the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) Schedulers and Dispatchers Conference held in Long Beach, Calif., Jan. 13-19.

 

Global Driver reflects a next generation of proprietary online booking technology that enables Fortis Riders clients to quickly schedule and monitor luxury ground transportation worldwide. “Our Global Driver platform enables you to book faster and know more about your trip,” said Nathan Foy, founder and president of Fortis Riders.

 

Features of Global Driver include: two to three times the speed of other major limousine booking systems; uses word tagging to auto-suggest most applicable items (for example, if you’re flying into Dallas-Love Field and going to the Ritz Carlton, it will suggest the Ritz and the correct address by the third letter); choose your chauffeur in advance; browse digital pictures and reviews from other passengers; add trips to your calendar via your confirmation; view a Google map showing the route; see travel time and distance of each trip; and book duplicate trips, return trips, and road shows with the push of a button.

 

Visit the Fortis Riders website or call (877) 936-7847.

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