Safeture Joins Hands with Traveler Safety Training Specialist Maiden Voyage

By Education Technology Insights | Thursday, December 17, 2020

The training highlights the unique challenges faced by female, LGBTQ+, disabled, and BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) business travelers.

FREMONT, CA: Safeture, a Software as a Service (SaaS) company based in Sweden recently announced its partnership with Maiden Voyage, a specialist in diverse business travelers and COVID-19 traveler safety training.

Safeture provides a full cloud-based framework to handle employee safety and risk/crisis management. Through world-leading technology and creative technologies, Safeture allows businesses and organizations to protect what is most important, their workers. On the other hand, Maiden Voyage helps make travel business travel more available to diverse groups through immersive and engaging travel safety awareness courses and eLearning. The organization strives to make business travel secure in a diverse world because they believe that business travel should be safe, liberating, and empowering for everyone, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, physical ability, or ethnicity.

With the deal, Safeture customers now can add eLearning modules from Maiden Voyage to the current Safeture platform offering. “Partnering with Maiden Voyage is another great example of how we are expanding our Safeture platform to offer a range of tools to be as relevant as possible for all of our users,” said Magnus Hultman, CEO, Safeture. “We are always on the hunt for such partnerships to keep our software on the cutting edge.”

The training highlights the unique challenges faced by female, LGBTQ+, disabled, and BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) business travelers. Maiden Voyage launched a ground-breaking COVID-19 traveler safety tool in August 2020 to allow employees to get their business travelers back on the road safely. The courses come with the Employers Handbook, which guides business leaders through the dynamic method of navigating business travel during the pandemic.

“Maiden Voyage and Safeture share many common attributes, not least that we are able to respond quickly and with agility to the rapidly changing and complex situations that business travel presents us with.  The Safeture technology set is highly complementary, and our clients are already seeing the value of the additional features that the partnership affords them,” said Carolyn Pearson, founder, and CEO, Maiden Voyage.

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