Posted May 11, 2018

Shep Browser Extension, Which Polices Web Shopping, Starts Small, Unmanaged

With a recent round of seed funding, Shep is finding its footing in business travel. The Austin-based startup has built a browser extension, compatible with Google Chrome, that tracks traveler interactions on public travel websites, highlights in-policy options and pulls in booking confirmations for tracking and reporting. Read More »
Posted by: Jay Boehmer | More by Jay Boehmer
Posted October 8, 2013 - Miami

ProcureApp Eyes Commission Collection, With An Assist From Short's

ProcureApp, a company that captures data from corporate traveler bookings on consumer websites, is working on a new application for its technology: helping corporate clients earn commissions on maverick reservations. Read More »
Posted by: Amon Cohen | More by Amon Cohen
Posted August 12, 2013

Short's Acquires ProcureApp Technology

Short's Travel Management on Aug. 1 acquired from ProcureApp "the exclusive rights" to technology supporting the FindIt application. Initially known as BookIt, FindIt allows travelers to search on consumer sites for travel options, choose an itinerary and send it to the travel management company for booking. FindIt can apply traveler profile info, travel policy parameters and any negotiated discounts to which the traveler may be entitled as it searches for potentially more favorable options. Read More »
Posted by: David Jonas | More by David Jonas
Posted December 18, 2012

Short's Travel Teams With ProcureApp For 'Checkout Button'

Short's Travel Management white-labeled technology from ProcureApp to launch by January a further simplification of its BookIt process allowing corporate travelers to search anywhere but book airline ... Read More »
Posted by: Jay Campbell | More by Jay Campbell
Posted June 14, 2012

KDS Partners With ProcureApp, Launches 'Maverick' Ahead Of Schedule

Booking and expense tool provider KDS launched with immediate effect its Maverick product for flagging and capturing bookings through non-approved websites after announcing a partnership with Chicago-based start-up ProcureApp. Read More »
Posted by: Amon Cohen | More by Amon Cohen
Posted February 8, 2012

Reduce Unmanaged Travel

Travel and meeting managers that use preferred suppliers become frustrated when their travelers or meeting attendees bypass the policies and use non-preferreds. Case in point, when we went through our Six Sigma measure stage at PwC (2007) to identify the rogue or maverick meeting spend that was not funneling through our meetings team, we learned that our strategic meetings management program only managed 49% of the total spend in the firm. Read More »
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