Posted March 29, 2012

SAP Releases Cloud-Based Travel-Expense Version

SAP this month announced that its new cloud-based Travel OnDemand solution is available in the United States and Germany. The solution provides mobile and desktop access to expense reporting and travel bookings via SAP's GetThere partnership. Read More »
Posted March 27, 2012

Travel Leaders Corporate To Release Reaccommodate And Reprotect App

Travel Leaders Corporate expects within two weeks to launch a smartphone app allowing travelers to easily choose options when flights are canceled or connections missed. It will be available in the Apple, Android and BlackBerry stores. Read More »
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Posted March 13, 2012

Delta, United Talk 'Direct Merchandizing,' CRM Enhancements

Executives from Delta Air Lines and United Airlines in separate presentations at the J.P. Morgan Aviation, Transportation and Defense Conference Tuesday in New York discussed plans to invest in technology enabling more targeted ancillary sales to travelers. Read More »
Posted by: Jay Boehmer | More by Jay Boehmer
Posted February 24, 2012

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Posted February 15, 2012

A Travel Policy's Biggest Barrier

What is the biggest issue that stands between a policy and its successful delivery? Is it a lack of knowledge or ability in order to create one? Is it uncooperative or unable suppliers or intermediaries? Is it poor uptake or availability of appropriate technology systems? Or is it simply that end users either cannot or will not comply with edicts and have ways of getting around them? Depending on your own experiences you could say one, some or all of the above but I think you might be missing something even more important. Read More »
Posted by: Limey Mike | More by Limey Mike
Posted June 2, 2011

How Far Does The Duty Of Care Extend?

We know that every company has a basic duty to treat traveling employees fairly and to protect them. Protecting means not exposing them to "known or foreseeable harm or risk of harm." An equal duty is imposed on travel management company "agents," even though they are agents appointed, accredited and paid by suppliers. (For agents, overrides continue, although not visibly.) Read More »
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Posted December 23, 2009

All I Want For Christmas

As we near the end of 2009, I wanted to share with you my wish list for our ever-changing travel industry.

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