Reed & Mackay, the global travel management company (TMC), has added a wholly-owned office in India. The company now has 15 wholly owned offices in key business hubs around the world. Abhijit Sinha, managing director for India, said the office has had teams on the ground for several months, “refining services that meet the local needs of travelers and the businesses that they work for.” He said the company has worked hard to design solutions for local market challenges, such as automated workflow to reclaim the Goods and Services Tax, “which is delivering huge time savings for our clients.” Fred Stratford, group CEO for Reed & Mackay, said the company “does global differently” and is not trying to be the biggest. Rather, its goal is to focus on delivering “an exceptional level of service to every traveler, every business, in markets which are key to delivering client success.” In addition to having ownership of 15 offices across the globe, Reed & Mackay also has an international partnership of TMC’s in 48 locations. Their proprietary global technology platform enables companies, said an announcement, “to enhance the safety and well-being of their people across the globe through one central portal with traveler tracking, automated approval and intuitive reporting.”