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Published on Saturday, June 1, 2019

Co-operative Travel launches new reporting tool for homeworkers




Co-operative Travel has launched a new business reporting tool for homeworkers.

It helps Personal Travel Agents monitor their performance more closely and get a better insight into business and customer trends.

Called MyBiz, it allows them to review and analyse their performance, compare sales, profit, margin and earnings year on year and month on month.

Sheena Whittle, head of The Personal Travel Agents at Co-operative Travel, said: "We wanted to give our homeworkers non-stop visibility of and better control over the performance of their businesses, which will ultimately make them even more successful.

"The new platform is online and can be accessed at any time by the agent.~Our Agent Development Team can also access the data and provide support to our Personal Travel Agents by reviewing and analysing the data together."

Later this year, the tool will be updated so it will allow agents to drill down even deeper into the business performance and customer data.

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