Posted May 31, 2016

Amadeus Gets Into White-Label Mobile App Development For Corporate Clients

The Boston Consulting Group is among "several" clients that have wrapped Amadeus-powered mobile features into a customized, corporate-branded native application for employee travelers, Amadeus head of mobile Michael Bayle said. Amadeus is working to sign more direct clients for its emerging corporate app-building business. Read More »
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Posted May 5, 2016

As With BCD, Travelport's MTT Powers Amex GBT's New Mobile App

Travelport's Mobile Travel Technologies division—which develops mobile applications for airlines, hotels and travel agencies—is behind American Express Global Business Travel's new mobile application, Travelport CEO Gordon Wilson said Thursday. Read More »
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Posted August 5, 2013

Christopherson Builds App For Travel Managers

Christopherson Business Travel has developed a mobile app designed for use by travel managers, department heads and team leaders at its client companies. Available now for iOS platforms, an Android version also is forthcoming, probably in September. Read More »
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Posted April 24, 2013

New Adelman App Aims To Make Policy Compliance Fun

Adelman Travel Group of Milwaukee has submitted to Apple a new iOS app that informs travelers of whether their choices met with company policies and awards them points for achievement on specific itinerary elements. Top performers are listed on a company leaderboard, and clients can customize which activities warrant recognition and what rewards to give. Read More »
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Posted April 15, 2013

HRG Drops Native Apps In Favor Of Mobile Web Approach

Hogg Robinson Group is throwing in the towel on developing discrete native apps for different mobile platforms and instead is moving to a mobile website or responsive design strategy in an effort to "build once" for all mobile environments. Pilots with clients will commence in the next couple of months, with rollouts expected by the end of the summer. Read More »
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