His Excellency Chasper Sarott, Swiss Ambassador for Madagascar, Comoros and Seychelles, tours company offices

As part of his courtesy call to the Seychelles, H.E. Ambassador Chasper Sarott visited the Travizory Border Security offices. 

During his visit, the Ambassador received a demo of Travizory’s Visitor Management Platform, met with agents and customer service staff, and walked through Travizory’s innovative Biocorridor. 

Travizory installed a Biocorridor in the arrival hall of Seychelles Airport in December 2021, to facilitate fast and contactless health screening. This technology positioned Seychelles as the first country in Africa to install walkthrough biometric technology at its borders. 

Travizory Border Security is a Swiss technology company, headquartered in Neuchatel, Switzerland, with a significant local operation in Seychelles. 

Travizory has been working with the Seychelles Government since September 2020 and established its regional headquarters in the Seychelles, following the successful implementation of its biometric border management system. 

Travizory is one of the largest Swiss investors in the Seychelles, having employed more than 50 local staff across Operations, Projects, IT and Communications.

“Like all visitors to Seychelles I applied for a Travel Authorization and was delighted to see how quick, simple and straightforward the process was – a great achievement for the Government of Seychelles and of course, Travizory Border Security. This innovative, technological approach to reopening and securing borders has already delivered tangible benefits for the country and for travelers, such as helping Seychelles to navigate the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic and successfully rebuild visitor numbers. This year marks 40 years of Swiss-Seychelles bilateral relations, and Travizory’s investment serves as an example of the collaboration that I hope will continue to flourish and grow for years to come.”

H.E. Ambassador Sarott

“We are delighted to be able to showcase the significant investment that we have made in the Seychelles. I am particularly proud of the talented, overwhelmingly Seychellois, team that we have managed to build, train and develop. In fact, less than 4% of our employees in Seychelles are non-Seychellois, demonstrating our sincere commitment to the terms of our contract and our continued partnership with the Republic of Seychelles. I look forward to continuing to grow our investment and foster our relationship with the local community going forward.”

Tom Marten, MD for Middle East and Indian Ocean at Travizory