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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.

Business Travel Direct Becomes First Traxo Marketplace TMC, Still Committed To Concur

U.K.-based Business Travel Direct has become the first travel management company to participate in Traxo Marketplace, which integrates travel data aggregator Traxo with other service providers to manage off-channel bookings.

THE BEAT SHEET: Sabre Defends The Middle; TMC Execs Give DOT An Earful; Chrome River Grabs At Least One Former IBM Expense Customer

The Beat Sheet is an occasional collection of notes, quotes, musings, tips, reader comments and other tidbits from The Beat's writers.

Sabre Rethinks Its Corporate Travel Assets With Integrated Platform Plan

Sabre has Concur in its sights as it pulls together a mobile-focused corporate offering that brings GetThere's booking capabilities into TripCase, folds in virtual payment capabilities, widens the door to third-party developers, provides deeper ties to expense partners and puts it all in what the company calls a "consumer-grade" wrapper.

NuTravel Building Out Platform As 'Central Point' For Tech Integration

NuTravel Technology Solutions hasn't been intentionally secretive about its new technology platform, but it hasn't been shouting from the rooftops either. That's because the company has spent the past 18 months working on that platform and wanted it operational before promoting it in the market, according to president and CEO Carmine Carpanzano.

QuickMobile, Sojern Among Fastest-Growing Travel Tech Companies

Deloitte this week issued its annual 2013 Technology Fast 500 list of the fastest-growing North American firms in the technology, media, telecom, life sciences and clean technology sectors. A number of travel- or meetings-related companies made the list, including QuickMobile, ranked highest among them at 21st.

GetThere Releases New Interface

Sabre's GetThere last month released its first new user interface in four years. It is designed to make it easier and faster for travelers to use mobile, tablet or desktop devices to book travel and access Sabre Virtual Meetings and integrated expense tools, and for travel managers to reinforce preferred suppliers with targeted promotional advertising.