Posted November 29, 2005 - New York City

GUEST: BookingBuilder On GDS Passives

Veteran travel agency automation creator Seth Perelman contributes to The Beat today in this guest column related to a recent decision by Sabre Travel Network--and potentially other global distribution system providers--to stop agencies from using passive segments to support bookings made through new-entrant GDSs.

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Posted October 26, 2005 - New York City

COMMENT: Guess The GDS!

Yes folks, it's back. Everyone's favorite game of satire and speculation: It's ... Guess The GDS! Read More »
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Posted September 6, 2005 - New York City

GUEST: Cornerstone On TMC Value

Cornerstone Information Systems marketing vice president Alan Minton adds his voice to the dialog with an interesting guest column he titled 'Stop Being Bought, Start Selling.' Read More »
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Posted September 1, 2005 - New York City

MEDIA WATCH: Adelman Travel Calls Local TV Report 'Nonsense'

They say any press is good press, but Craig Adelman must be hard-pressed to believe that today. Read More »
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Posted August 17, 2005 - San Diego

MEDIA WATCH: Times Blows It Hard

The New York Times played fast and loose with the facts yesterday in an article about corporate travel management. Read More »
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Posted July 11, 2005 - New York City

GUEST: Seabury On M&A Trends

Seabury Group's Matthew Stone contributes to The Beat for the second time in this guest column on mergers and acquisitions activity in the travel industry: Read More »
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Posted June 2, 2005 - New York City

COMMENT: U.S. Should Step Up On Sustainability

PricewaterhouseCoopers in Britain is boosting videoconferencing, screening suppliers and funding offsets to mitigate the environmental impact of its business travel, according to an article published last month by Business Travel News.

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Posted April 1, 2005 - New York City
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Posted March 17, 2005 - New York City

GUEST: Seabury On Consolidation In Travel Distribution

Consolidation in travel distribution is ongoing and unavoidable, but many travel management company owners and executives are looking for direction on whether and how they can attract investment capital. Seabury Group's Matthew Stone was kind enough to offer some of his thoughts, highlighted in the guest column that follows. Read More »
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Posted March 4, 2005 - New York City

GUEST: A Corporate Buyer's Two Cents On 'Graft'

Yesterday's brief article regarding higher 2004 incentive payments by Cendant to agency users of its Galileo global distribution system generated substantial interest. Corporate travel buyer Bruce Finch of Autodesk had a few comments on the topic, encapsulated in The Beat's first guest column, published here ... Read More »
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