How Non-BSP Airlines Create Inefficiency For Travel Management

By | October 27, 2016

Informing clients of its new "high-cost" supplier expense recovery program, American Express Global Business Travel indicated $10 per transaction would apply not only to non-global distribution system participants, but also to airlines that are not in billing settlement plans like ARC. What's ARC got to do with it?

Booking managed corporate travel on airline websites is a drag on productivity. Agents have to change workflows. Booking tools have to connect using aggregators or other solutions. Agents and systems take data from those web bookings . . .

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