Posted August 26, 2014

TMC Execs Debate Agencies' Evolving Role

A panel discussion on the changing role of travel management companies convened in Los Angeles last month during the Global Business Travel Association's annual convention. Read More »
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Posted March 19, 2014

Lodging Industry Shifts Mobile Strategies Beyond Booking

Distribution via mobile channels has emerged as a key challenge for hotel companies, but managing the mobile realm has moved far beyond generating bookings. Read More »
Posted August 1, 2013

Egencia Rebuilding Mobile App

Egencia expects this fall to provide an iOS app called TripNavigator that will replace Egencia Mobile and features step-by-step trip navigation and integrated access to travel counselors. An Android version will follow early next year, according to the company. Read More »
Posted by: Jay Campbell | More by Jay Campbell
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 »
Posted by: Jay Campbell | More by Jay Campbell
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 »
Posted by: Jay Campbell | More by Jay Campbell
Posted May 30, 2012

With 'Exponential' Growth, T&T Expands Scope Of Mobile App

Travel and Transport's mobile app is enjoying an average of more than 500 downloads a month, according to execs. In months with activity from large clients, the number of downloads can reach 5,000 or more. Pushed by one client that has 18,000 travelers, the travel management company next month is putting its app on Windows Mobile, which would join Android, BlackBerry and iOS as platforms on which the application runs natively. Read More »
Posted by: Jay Campbell | More by Jay Campbell
Posted June 7, 2011

TECH: Backing Two Big TMCs, Rearden To Blend App-Development Approaches

Now a supplier of mobile app technology to American Express Business Travel and Carlson Wagonlit Travel, Rearden Commerce has a question on the question of mobile websites versus downloadable apps: Why not both? Read More »
Posted by: Jay Campbell | More by Jay Campbell
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