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Corporate Travel Demand Indicators Open 2019 On A Positive Note

Each new year brings a new outlook, and by measures both anecdotal and numerical, corporate travel demand is off to a strong start in 2019. This is on top of what has proven to be a healthy 2018 for corporate travel demand.

Government Travel Providers Feel The Shutdown's Pinch

In total, the U.S. federal government is the largest buyer of travel in the world. And so, when a portion of the government goes unfunded and hundreds of thousands of civilian employees are furloughed or working without pay, a negative impact on suppliers and intermediaries that serve federal travel programs is expected.
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The Beat Research: Today's Corporate Travel Agent

The Beat published research this week to uncover the challenges they face, their daily demands, what motivates them, which technologies they use, how their performance is assessed and how they view their position in the market.

TMC App Provider MTrip Will Maintain Corporate Focus After French OTA Acquires It

MisterFly, a French travel tech company best known for its namesake online travel agency, announced Tuesday that it has acquired mTrip, the Montreal-based mobile app builder that has gained a growing roster of travel management company clients.

BCD Is Turning On Mobile Air Booking

BCD Travel is taking the next step to evolve its mobile capabilities from itinerary management to itinerary creation. The mega travel management company announced plans soon to enable airline shopping and booking capabilities through TripSource, which covers its native mobile app and responsive Web channels.

Amex GBT's Chief Technologist Talks 'Core' Upgrades, New Client Products

Since American Express Global Business Travel shifted five years ago to a joint-venture structure and took a big injection of capital, the question has been asked time and time again: How will the mega travel management company use the money? In addition to a couple splashy acquisitions—last year's HRG deal and 2016's purchase of corporate booking and expense provider KDS—Amex GBT also has been working behind the scenes for years to upgrade its core technology stack.
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.

Corporate Travel Incentivization Attracts Startup Funding But Mixed Reactions From Travel Pros

Tech companies that help travel programs incentivize employees to book at lower prices have been attracting fresh funding. TripActions announced $51 million of Series B financing in March, and Rocketrip won $15 million of Series C financing in April. Those follow TravelBank's $25 million Series B funding last year for its travel booking and expense technology that also promotes a rewards program for travelers who beat budgets.

Travel And Transport Buys U.K.-Based Statesman Travel

Travel and Transport has acquired London-based travel management company Statesman Travel Group.

The Beat Research: The Year In Corporate Travel Technology

To assess major technology concepts and examine how they are applied within the corporate travel ecosystem, The Beat this year handpicked a few dozen experts attuned to trends in technology and travel to rate the coming relevance of seven computer science and tech fields.