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Tuvoli's FlyEasy acquisition could streamline sales
Tuvoli and FlyEasy customers have expressed a desire to reduce the number of independent, disconnected technology tools they are using, so they are likely to be very pleased with the latest development.

Tuvoli, an open technology platform that enables charter aircraft brokers and operators to buy, sell and pay for flights, has acquired FlyEasy, an advanced software aviation solution provider. The acquisition will increase the services available to Tuvoli's clients, including FlyEasy's map-based business aviation search platform and marketing tools.

Tuvoli was founded in 2019 with a mission to bring leading-edge technology to a broader segment of the air charter industry. Charter brokers and operators on the platform have been able to buy or sell flights with secure and instant payment facilitation through either a desktop web experience or on their mobile devices.

Both Tuvoli and FlyEasy customers have expressed a desire to reduce the number of independent, disconnected technology tools they are using. This acquisition offers those customers a broader range of capabilities within a single platform.

“The team at FlyEasy sees the world much the same way that we see it at Tuvoli,” says Greg Johnson, Tuvoli's president and CEO. “We jointly see the opportunity for a more efficient and better-connected industry.”

Charter operators and brokers leverage the FlyEasy platform to streamline charter sales. Through FlyEasy, their customers receive automated empty leg flights, instant trip estimates, flights matching their preferences and professional charter quotes, making their charter sales teams more efficient. These tools, which will maintain the FlyEasy brand name and are available on a subscription basis, now share an integration into the Tuvoli platform.

“In developing the FlyEasy tools, we continue to take a humble approach by actively listening to what operators and brokers need and building technology to solve their pain points,” states FlyEasy CEO and co-founder Shaan Bhanji. “We test our tech alongside the customers to make sure the product adds extraordinary value to them. As part of the Tuvoli family, we plan to maintain this client-centric focus and are very excited to be developing more of these tools alongside our Tuvoli peers.”

Bhanji has transitioned to Tuvoli as vice president of business development. Konstantin Filatov, FlyEasy CTO and co-founder, is now Tuvoli's new integration architect and Paul Mulko, FlyEasy VP of marketing and sales, is now a sales director with Tuvoli.

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