Posted September 24, 2014

Serko To Help NuTravel 'Jump-Start' Mobile Strategy

New Zealand-based travel and expense automation provider Serko this month issued a series of announcements about its forthcoming mobile app, including how it'll leverage near-field communication technology and be resold by U.S.-based partner nuTravel. Read More »
Posted by: David Jonas | More by David Jonas
Posted September 19, 2014

Concur 'Completes' SAP, But There Are Plenty Of Questions

After he pulled off an agreement for an $8.3 billion acquisition, which he described as "the largest acquisition in the history of the SaaS industry," you could excuse SAP CEO Bill McDermott's exuberance when discussing Concur Thursday night during a conference call with analysts and media. Read More »
Posted by: David Jonas | More by David Jonas
Posted September 10, 2014

Posted by: Data Hub | More by Data Hub
Posted September 2, 2014
Frank Petito

INTERVIEW: Orbitz For Business President Frank Petito

Orbitz in May announced that its Orbitz for Business corporate travel division signed an agreement to provide an online booking tool for IBM. Read More »
Posted August 28, 2014

Aussie TMCs 'Starting To Get A Bit Of Fun In America'

The two big Australian corporate travel players have been growing their U.S. operations at pretty decent clips. Conveniently, Corporate Travel Management and FCm Travel Solutions parent Flight Centre, both publicly traded, this week reported fiscal-year 2014 earnings. Read More »
Posted by: David Jonas | More by David Jonas
Posted August 28, 2014

Posted by: Data Hub | More by Data Hub
Posted August 13, 2014

Posted by: Data Hub | More by Data Hub
Posted August 5, 2014

Replacing Traversa, Travelport Invests In Corp. Travel Tech Firms

Travelport has been on a mini-buying spree, recently investing in a trio of companies that includes a pair of corporate travel tech firms. Read More »
Posted by: David Jonas | More by David Jonas
Posted July 24, 2014

Posted by: Data Hub | More by Data Hub
Posted July 23, 2014

BCD Travel On TMC Deconsolidation: 'If Anything, It's Going The Other Way'

Last month, The Beat reported an estimate from travel management company HRG that 30 percent of the global requests for proposals in which it participates end with clients making regional TMC selections instead. BCD Travel provided to The Beat figures to show the trend is moving in the opposite direction, toward global consolidation. Read More »
Posted by: Amon Cohen | More by Amon Cohen
LinkedIn Twitter Facebook
overlay-close Close