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Christopherson Business Travel Names New CTO

J.B. Walsh to lead tech team


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J.B. Walsh has joined Christopherson Business Travel as their new Chief Technology Officer. Walsh brings with him 20 years of experience in technology leadership and software development. 

“Christopherson has an extensive technology roadmap,” says Mike Cameron. “J.B. has the travel technology experience that will enable us to scale up our software development team and take AirPortal, our industry-leading technology platform, to the next level.”

Most recently, Walsh was Vice President of Development Delivery Practices at Amadeus IT Group. Prior to Amadeus, he led development teams at Accenture and Navitaire, the latter providing the technology platform that operates more than sixty airlines globally. 

“Strong teams are the foundation for any type of success,” Walsh added. “I look forward to building a team and creating an environment in which we can tackle whatever we as a company can dream up.” 

Christopherson Business Travel is the independently-owned leader in business travel management and digital travel tools. With 480 team members in 40 full-service and on-site locations across the U.S., the company supported $682 million in annual travel bookings in 2018. Christopherson provides corporate travel services to more than 1,000 companies and organizations.

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