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Performance management specialist myDials has a new Australian partner.

Travel procurement provider Epago Group will offer the myDials SaaS performance optimisation tool as an integrated add-on to its services.

This, company officials said, will allow clients to o quantify the implications of travel spend scenarios and compare the true business impact of potential inefficiencies in the travel supply chain.

Epago will develop similar dashboards for other sourcing areas.

"We sought out myDials and developed the travel dashboard with them as they are a like minded organisation and are a perfect fit for Epago," said Mario Kalogiannis, a partner at Epago.

"This partnering will enable us to provide procurement, business and finance managers with an extremely cost-effective 360 degree view of their travel spend thereby helping them reduce spend and manage supply arrangements, resulting in immediate and timely actions and more importantly deliver results," he added.

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