Posted March 28, 2017

Travelport Preps 'Shrink-Wrapped' Mobile Tech For Agencies

Travelport this summer plans to release a more "genericized" mobile offering for "second-tier travel agencies," based on mobile technology the company picked up in its 2015 acquisition of Dublin-based Mobile Travel Technologies, Travelport CEO Gordon Wilson said. Read More »
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Posted August 4, 2016

Travelport Grows, Diversifies Revenue Amid Flat Q2 Bookings

Travelport reported flat year-over-year booking trends for the three months ending June 30, with declines in the United States and gains generally elsewhere, according to second-quarter results released Thursday. As in quarters past, the global distribution system operator continued to offset no-growth transaction trends with higher revenue per segment and big gains in "Beyond Air" revenue, which includes payments as well as hotel and car streams. Read More »
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Posted June 10, 2016

BCD Works On In-Trip Mobile Merchandizing

BCD Travel plans to roll out a merchandizing platform this year to support sales of in-trip services to travelers on their mobile devices, executive vice president of global supplier relations and strategic sourcing Rose Collazo Stratford said during a Travelport customer conference in Miami this week. BCD's mobile system is powered by Travelport-owned Mobile Travel Technologies. Read More »
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Posted May 5, 2016

As With BCD, Travelport's MTT Powers Amex GBT's New Mobile App

Travelport's Mobile Travel Technologies division—which develops mobile applications for airlines, hotels and travel agencies—is behind American Express Global Business Travel's new mobile application, Travelport CEO Gordon Wilson said Thursday. Read More »
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Posted December 18, 2015

Hotel Selling Is A Focus In BCD's Next Mobile Release

"Mobile is the future of our business." The statement could have been uttered by just about anyone in corporate travel, but it was BCD Travel CEO John Snyder who made the remark yesterday during a Travelport investor conference in New York City. There, he highlighted some coming enhancements for the agency's TripSource mobile application, including hotel sales and third-party itinerary capture. Read More »
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