Posted in Reporting

Want Data Insights? Travel Inc. Says Ask Alexa

Voice-assisted search is exploding, and along with it comes the opportunity for traveler service and transactions. What about data? A number of companies are looking…

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Posted in Reporting Sectors Suppliers

Cornerstone Wins Federal Data Account As Concur Sunsets TravelTrax

Concur is phasing out the TravelTrax data solution and its biggest user, the U.S. federal government, is switching to Cornerstone Information Systems. A Concur representative confirmed…

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Posted in Distribution Productivity

New Agency Automation Player Targeting Mid-Office And Point-Of-Sale Advances

There’s a new entrant eyeing a spot in the travel agent technology field. Centered on a rules engine, Fociss Travel System would help corporate travel management companies connect various…

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Posted in Methods Risk

EU Privacy Ruling Creates Legal, Tech Uncertainty

[UPDATE, Oct. 9: Amadeus statement included. An Oct. 12 BCD Travel statement is here.] Travel and expense management providers don’t expect drastic changes in response…

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Posted in Methods Reporting

Grasping At Remedies For The Hotel Data Normalization Headache

Hotel data normalization. Sounds deadly boring, right? Mention the concept to corporate travel people, and the feeling is more like frustration. Grasp Technologies is testing…

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Posted in Reporting

From Data Management Firms, Clients Demand The Future

It seems that some corporate travel decision-makers are endlessly dissatisfied with data. It’s imperfect, dumped on them in buckets and hard to present to executives….

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Posted in Distribution Suppliers

Years Of Consolidation Gave Concur Market Power, But No Monopoly

You may have read that as SAP swallows Concur, business travel innovation goes down with it. This is absurd. Concur is much more an expense…

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