iJET International News

IJET International Expands Global Presence With Acquisition Of Aon’s WorldAware Brand

Clients will continue to receive the core services of travel tracking, trip briefs and alerts iJET International, Inc., a leading provider of integrated risk management solutions, announces the acquisition of Aon’s WorldAware book of business and the WorldAware brand to further iJET’s strategic efforts to expand globally. Clients will continue to receive the core services of travel tracking, trip briefs and alerts. “We have strategically positioned for growt...

IJET International & GBTA Launch TRM3 Self-Sssessment Tool For Organisations To Evaluate Travel Risk Management

The GBTA Foundation, the education and research arm of the Global Business Travel Association, recently announced the launch of the new Travel Risk Management Maturity Model (TRM3™) Self-Assessment Tool. The update to the TRM3 tool was created in partnership with iJET International thanks to a special task force of GBTA members and industry experts. 20 Percent Of Organizations Lack A Risk Management Plan “This single biggest issue for our members right now is duty of care,” s...

iJET Launches ‘Powered By IJET’ Business Unit For Service Organizations

iJET, a leading integrated risk management solutions provider, announced recently the launch of Powered by iJET, a new business unit that will enable organizations focused on people and locations to deliver a differentiated value proposition in their product or service. "An indirect channel strategy, as well as our focus on developing flexible and custom solutions across the travel and financial services industries has been part of iJET's DNA since the early days of our company," said Bruce McI...

How To Tackle The Zika Virus Impact On Employee Security, Companies And Business Travel

Many companies are considering carefully the possible risks of business travel to the areas most impacted by the Zika virus, and others may have facilities located in affected areas. What Is The Zika Scare? Transmitted by mosquito bite, the Zika virus can cause a fever that typically involves minor symptoms. There is an additional risk to pregnant women as Zika fever has been linked to incidences of microcephaly (a neurodevelopmental disorder) in newborn babies through mother-to-child transmi...