AUSTIN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Complai, the Austin-based makers of Shep, a travel technology startup on the rise, is pleased to announce the addition of Ellen Keszler, former President of Travelocity Business, to its board of directors.
Ms. Keszler joins Craig Cummings, Co-Founder and General Partner at Moonshots Capital, and Complai CEO and Co-founder Daniel Senyard on Complai’s board of directors.
“Ellen has been helping Shep since the very early days as an advisor, and we are thrilled to have her even more involved as a member of our board of directors,” said Senyard. “Her vast network and deep experience at companies like Expedia, American Airlines, and Sabre have been invaluable in helping us formalize and articulate our vision and product to help growing companies manage their travel spend.”
Ellen Keszler will serve on the Shep Board of Directors, where she will advise the Austin-based startup on best practices and strategies when offering business travel solutions to small to medium-sized businesses. After stints at American Airlines and Sabre, Keszler ran the corporate travel side of Travelocity as President of Travelocity Business. During her storied career in the travel industry, Keszler has grown to truly understand the world of the business traveler in companies of all sizes.
“I'm very happy to be joining the Shep board. Daniel and the team have developed a very simple and elegant solution to help companies manage their travel spend without forcing their travelers to use a specific booking site or travel agency.” – Ellen Keszler
Founded in late 2016, Complai’s flagship product, Shep, is a travel tool with today’s business travelers in mind that allows travelers to book business travel on consumer sites while tracking their spending through a browser extension. The tool is a lightweight solution that allows small to medium-sized enterprises to use automated tracking to save on their second largest controllable expense, business travel.