Posted April 15, 2013

HRG Drops Native Apps In Favor Of Mobile Web Approach

Hogg Robinson Group is throwing in the towel on developing discrete native apps for different mobile platforms and instead is moving to a mobile website or responsive design strategy in an effort to "build once" for all mobile environments. Pilots with clients will commence in the next couple of months, with rollouts expected by the end of the summer. Read More »
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Posted June 22, 2011 - London

Chambers Travel Management Releases Mobile-Enabled Site For Trip Requests

London-based Chambers Travel Management launched an internally developed mobile website that extends its existing trip request service to handheld devices that can browse the web. Read More »
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Posted June 7, 2011

TECH: Backing Two Big TMCs, Rearden To Blend App-Development Approaches

Now a supplier of mobile app technology to American Express Business Travel and Carlson Wagonlit Travel, Rearden Commerce has a question on the question of mobile websites versus downloadable apps: Why not both? Read More »
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Posted September 9, 2010

Mobile Web Versus Native Apps

One major debate that persists in the area of mobile development is the question of whether a travel company should create a native (downloadable) app or simply provide a mobile Web application. Read More »
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