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INTERVIEW: Deem CEO John Rizzo

INTERVIEW: Deem CEO John Rizzo

Last week, Enterprise Holdings—parent of the Alamo, Enterprise and National rental car brands—completed the acquisition of corporate travel booking, ground transportation and expense reporting technology provider Deem. CEO John Rizzo spoke with The Beat editor-in-chief Jay Boehmer.

INTERVIEW: Adelman Travel CEO Andy McGraw

Corporate travel industry veteran Andy McGraw joined Milwaukee-based Adelman Travel as CEO in May 2017. Since then, the travel management company has positioned itself as a mobile-first "platform as a service" operator, underpinned by its mobile app, Adelman Virtual Assistant, or AVA, and an upgrade to its workforce management and agent-facing technology. He spoke with The Beat editor-in-chief Jay Boehmer.
INTERVIEW: Casto CEO Marc Casto Talks Flight Centre Acquisition

INTERVIEW: Casto CEO Marc Casto Talks Flight Centre Acquisition

Last month, Flight Centre Travel Group agreed to acquire San Jose-based Casto Travel's U.S. operations. Casto Travel president and CEO Marc Casto spoke with The Beat editor-in-chief Jay Boehmer.
INTERVIEW: BCD Travel CEO John Snyder

INTERVIEW: BCD Travel CEO John Snyder

At The Beat Live last week, BCD Travel president and CEO John Snyder took the stage to field questions from The Beat editor-in-chief Jay Boehmer and attendees during The Hot Seat session.
INTERVIEW: Farelogix CEO Jim Davidson

INTERVIEW: Farelogix CEO Jim Davidson

A one-time GDS exec with Amadeus, Farelogix CEO Jim Davidson has been an occasional GDS provocateur, gadfly and agitator, especially when his business was premised on GDS-bypass. Now, he's working more and more with the GDSs and is bullish on the airline distribution complex putting old-fashioned protocols behind it and moving into a more modern era. He recently spoke with The Beat.
INTERVIEW: Serko CEO Darrin Grafton

INTERVIEW: Serko CEO Darrin Grafton

This month, New Zealand-based corporate T&E tech company Serko announced its first-ever annual profit, for its fiscal year ending in March, and achieved Level 3 status as a seller in the International Air Transport Association's New Distribution Capability program. CEO Darrin Grafton caught up with The Beat editor-in-chief Jay Boehmer.

GUEST: Travelport CEO On Airline Control And Commercial Models In An NDC World

Travelport president and CEO Gordon Wilson kicked off The Beat Live event this month and addressed airline control and commercial models in the context of the International Air Transport Association's New Distribution Capability standard-making endeavor.

Amex GBT CEO Talks Next Steps In HRG Deal, Now Complete

Two of the world’s largest travel management companies have become one. American Express Global Business Travel Thursday completed its 410 million British pound takeover of Hogg Robinson Group to create a TMC that handles a combined $36 billion in annual transaction value. The mega of all megas now has mega integration work ahead.
INTERVIEW: Choice Hotels CEO Pat Pacious

INTERVIEW: Choice Hotels CEO Pat Pacious

Hotel central reservations systems, or global reservations systems, are having a moment. Major hotel companies are doing away with their legacy infrastructure and adopting cloud-based systems in order to improve capabilities around data, machine learning and distribution. But while the impending CRS launches are typically being developed by third parties, Choice Hotels has gone a different route and fully deployed its own system built in-house, ChoiceEdge. The Beat contributor Julie Sickel spoke this week with Choice president and CEO Pat Pacious.

Sabre: DOJ Review Delays Farelogix Deal Closing To Mid-Year

Sabre expects its $360 million acquisition of Farelogix to close in the "mid part of the year," later than expected, as the U.S. Department of Justice takes a deeper look at the proposed transaction, Sabre president and CEO Sean Menke said Tuesday during the company's fourth-quarter financial results call.