Posted August 31, 2017

TravelBank Lands $25 Million To Grow Team, Enhance Small Business T&E Product

In a crowded crop of business travel tech providers eyeing the small business sector, TravelBank got a significant boost in capital this week, with $25 million in additional funding to add staff and further develop its T&E product. Read More »
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Posted August 28, 2017

Pana, NexTravel Each Make A Play For Non-Employee Travel

Two business travel tech startups, Pana and NexTravel, have separately launched products targeting what each sees as an underserved niche in managed travel: non-employee travelers. Read More »
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Posted August 23, 2017

AmTrav Makes Branded Fare Push In Booking Tool Refresh

In early June, AmTrav Corporate Travel launched for select customers a revamped version of its homegrown booking system and has since rolled out the new a2b tool broadly to clients, providing a refreshed user interface and reconstructed back end. Read More »
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Posted August 22, 2017

CTM On Acquisitions: 'They're Getting Bigger'

Corporate Travel Management made its last U.S. acquisition more than a year ago when it picked up Boston-area travel management company Travizon. That was on the heels of its purchase of California-based Montrose Travel. While the Australian company is busy integrating those U.S. buys, CTM's appetite for acquisitions in North America and other markets is hardly sated, CTM managing director Jamie Pherous said this week. Read More »
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Posted August 15, 2017

ASTA, Travel Tech, Others Back Sabre's Bid For US Airways Appeal

The American Society of Travel Agents, Travel Technology Association, Travelers United and two economists are backing Sabre's appeal of the judgment in the US Airways antitrust case. Read More »
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Posted August 14, 2017

BCD, CWT To Launch Mobile Air Booking As TMCs Evolve Role In Mobile Transactions

Carlson Wagonlit Travel plans to introduce full airline shopping and booking capabilities within its CWT To Go app later this year. BCD Travel, too, confirmed mobile "air booking in TripSource is in development." Those megas are among several travel management companies evolving their mobile wares to include further booking capabilities. If the first generation of TMC apps were informational and focused on itinerary management, the next is increasingly transactional. Read More »
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Posted August 11, 2017

ARC Data Show Corporate Trip Volumes Up In The First Half Of 2017

The number of trips settled through ARC by business travel agencies and accredited Corporate Travel Departments rose 2.4 percent year over year during the first six months of 2017. Read More »
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Posted August 10, 2017

Adelman Wades Into Unmanaged Waters With Small Business Offering

Milwaukee-based travel management company Adelman plans to launch an out-of-the box offering for small businesses to transition from unmanaged to managed travel. Read More »
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Posted August 8, 2017

Amex GBT Uses KDS Tech To Get At Non-GDS Content

American Express Global Business Travel is making use of aggregation technology it acquired from KDS last year to bring in content that does not reside in global distribution systems, beginning with hotels. Read More »
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Posted August 3, 2017

Travelport Confirms Slow GDS Market For Q2

The global distribution system market was slow going for Amadeus and Sabre during the second quarter, but each reported slight growth in bookings. It was slower still for Travelport, which reported no growth of reported segments—including air, car and hotel bookings—processed through its GDSs on a year-over-year basis. Read More »
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