Posted January 20, 2015
Steve Singh

INTERVIEW: Concur CEO Steve Singh

Concur CEO Steve Singh recently spoke with The Beat's JoAnn DeLuna to discuss the impact the SAP acquisition will have on Concur's organizational structure, international growth, headcount and customers. Read More »
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Posted January 16, 2015

Mega Client Win Overshadows Radius' Loss Of TBiz

Travel management company network Radius Travel claimed that new business won by its central sales organization grew 72 percent in 2014 from $275 million to $465 million. Almost all of that increase was accounted for by the winning of the global account of Danish healthcare company Novo Nordisk with an annual spend of $185 million. Read More »
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Posted January 15, 2015

With Split Complete, Pegasus' Former Distribution Business Eyes A Reboot

Each of Pegasus Solutions' three primary businesses has been broken up and sold piecemeal, with The Distribution Hospitality Intelligent Systems Company emerging as the newly owned brand formerly operating as Pegasus Electronic Distribution Services. Read More »
Posted by: Jay Boehmer | More by Jay Boehmer
Posted January 15, 2015

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Posted January 13, 2015

IATA: Reaching Deployment Phase, NDC Success Now Up To The Industry

The International Air Transport Association's New Distribution Capability initiative is reaching a critical juncture this year as it "moves into its deployment phase," where the success of the standard "now depends largely on the industry's desire and ability to work together," IATA NDC program director Yanik Hoyles said in a video message this month. Read More »
Posted by: Jay Boehmer | More by Jay Boehmer
Posted January 12, 2015
Dean Sivley

INTERVIEW: GroundLink CEO Dean Sivley

It's hard to ignore Uber when discussing ground transportation these days, and the tech disruptor came up quite a bit in a conversation last week with GroundLink CEO Dean Sivley. Read More »
Posted by: Jay Boehmer | More by Jay Boehmer
Posted January 8, 2015

Seller's Remorse And Lawsuit Follow Stevens Travel's 2007 Sale To Tzell

Harold Stevens is mad as hell and he's not taking it any more. And later this month he'll get his day in a New York state court where a judge will consider whether a lawsuit he filed last year against Tzell Travel has any standing. Read More »
Posted by: Jay Boehmer | More by Jay Boehmer
Posted January 7, 2015

Siding Partly With Sabre, Judge Limits Potential Damages And Scope Of US Airways' Lawsuit

The judge overseeing US Airways' federal antitrust lawsuit against Sabre this week granted some of the global distribution system operator's summary judgment motions. Read More »
Posted by: Jay Boehmer | More by Jay Boehmer
Posted January 6, 2015

Travelport: Airline Ancillary Agreements 'Going Gangbusters,' But Transactions Need Work

Travelport is "going gangbusters" on signing deals with airlines to expand access to non-fare content, vice president and general manager of U.S. and Canada Scott Hyden said last month, but impediments persist in converting that progress to optimal ancillary transaction volumes. Read More »
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Posted December 18, 2014

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