The companies didn’t disclose financial terms. RouteRank had only raised a modest amount of funding, according to Crunchbase.
RouteRank, founded in 2006 and based in Switzerland, has long offered both business-to-business-to-consumer services, with customers being travel and mobility providers such as Alturos Destinations and MaaS Global, and business-to-business, with customers being employers, helping their employees’ mobility, via partners like BCD Travel and Concur.
Netcetera, which is 26 years old and has more than 800 employees worldwide, makes bespoke software for clients in many verticals. RouteRank’s tech will add to the group’s offering for transport clients.
RouteRank’s multimodal routing and booking can now combine with Netcetera’s payment and traveler information capabilities. Together, they have a more unified offering for tasks like the provision of travel information and ticketing, efforts to help companies minimize their carbon dioxide emissions, and other mobility services.