The Mozio Group announced two new partnerships today with the addition of CTrip and Agoda to their client list.
The partnership will allow Agoda to sell all of Mozio’s 3,000 ground transportation options through their website, in the booking flow, and on a separate tab on the Agoda.com homepage.
Ctrip will be integrating Mozio into their transportation infrastructure, with a main focus on selling Mozio’s international inventory.
This is Mozio’s first major foray into the Asian market.
“We have been preparing for this launch for a long time, localizing our sites, adding local coverage in these partner’s major markets, so we are honored that two of the market leaders have chosen us for their ground transportation needs,” said Mozio Group’s CEO David Litwak.
Mozio has been quietly building a mobility juggernaut behind the scenes over the past 7 years – while headlines are focused on the direct to consumer rideshare and scootershare apps, Mozio has been quietly aggregating them, with a total of 3,000 shuttles, taxis, limousines, express trains, buses and public transit options.
Their clients include AMEX, Booking.com, Skyscanner, Despegar and major public transit agencies and car rental companies whose mobility initiatives are often run by Mozio technology behind the scenes.
Mozio’s view is as the mobility world becomes more fragmented, with 10+ options in major cities for how to get from point A to point B, an infrastructure will be necessary to tie it all together.
The launch of their partnerships with Agoda and CTrip mark the beginning of the expansion of their mobility engine to the Asian market.