Posted June 7, 2018

TMCs Play With Natural Language Interfaces For Data Reporting

Corporate clients regularly turn to their travel management companies for data reporting to better understand travel spending, policy compliance, supplier performance and other facets of program management. A few TMCs, including Carlson Wagonlit Travel, Omega World Travel and Travel Inc., are exploring new ways for clients to interrogate travel program data through natural language inputs, either typed in text or spoken by voice. Read More »
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Posted June 14, 2017

Upside Isn't For Managed Corporate Travel, Until It Is

Priceline founder Jay Walker's travel startup Upside serves the unmanaged travel segment. The company sells travel packages and positions a rewards scheme directly to end users. It is intended for neither the enterprise nor the managed travel segment—not yet. Read More »
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Posted February 19, 2015

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Posted January 8, 2015

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Posted January 15, 2013

Omega On Switch To GlobalStar From Radius: They're Different

Omega World Travel this month made good on plans to join the GlobalStar network and leave the Radius organization. Omega executive vice president Goran Gligorovic on Tuesday said that the reasons were multifold. Read More »
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Posted October 15, 2012

Radius Exodus

Travel agency network Radius is dealing with two key losses in the United States and bracing for a third. Read More »
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Posted June 14, 2011

Omega Plans Amadeus One Implementation

Omega World Travel later this year will implement the Amadeus One desktop product, Amadeus announced. Read More »
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Posted February 15, 2010 - New York City

Omega World Travel Launching Sabre's TripCase Mobile App

Omega World Travel this week will become the first travel management company to deploy Sabre Travel Studios' TripCase mobile application, which is available on BlackBerry, iPhone/iTouch and Windows Mobile devices. Android connectivity is anticipated later this quarter.

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