Executive Travel CEO Steve Glenn has set his sights on "zero/zero," as in $0 in fees for online bookings and $0 for offline bookings. He thinks he's found the path, and it involves a financial model tied to client revenue performance, blockchain-based smart contracting and data access that gives transparency to each side.
Amadeus this year has restructured its executive organization in North America. Several C-suite leaders in the region—including CEO, chief marketing officer and COO—have or are in the midst of departing. Those C-level roles in North America no longer exist as part of a broader reorganization.
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In November, Nebraska-based travel management company Executive Travel placed its first mobile application, Executive Travel On The Go, in Apple and Google app stores. Going forward, however, each of the TMC's corporate clients may come to know it as something different: The agency's mobile strategy lets each client customize the branding and features of the app.
Topic: The TMC Of The Future: Moving To A Retail Model With No Fees I am convinced that the airline fulfillment process is now a commodity. TMCs have to transition to a world were revenue comes not from transaction processing but from other sources. $0 online fees are the first step.