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Expensify, Kayak Embark On Latest Of So Many Attempts To Reach Small To Medium-Sized Businesses

The pandemic stopped most business travel, but it did not end the relentless and historically futile quest for an online-first intermediary that attracts and keeps…

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Some Things Happened In Airline Distribution This Year, Part One

With reaction, assessment and recovery on their minds, corporate travel professionals understandably did not focus closely on airline distribution developments this year. Inasmuch as they…

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Rising Diversity And Inclusion Awareness Highlights How Much More There Is To Do

With growing awareness this year about the work needed for greater diversity and inclusion, and the benefits of taking it on, the travel community has…

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European Court’s Data Privacy Decision Adds Uncertainty And Work For TMCs, Other Travel Companies

Ensuring the protection of data about European citizens transferred to the United States just became mildly to a whole lot more complicated. The Court of…

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The Future Of Travel Management Companies: Part One, Staffing

“Green shoots” are nice but transaction counts for most travel management companies as of last week remained between 3 percent and 15 percent of last…

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Explainer: TMC Profit Margins

It’s not unusual to hear travel management company executives talk about their small profit margins, but their margins are average to above average compared with…

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Sabre: Concur Is Wrong About Compatibility For New Hotel Content

As Sabre began this summer to bring a new lodging program to corporate travel agencies and intermediaries, implementation wasn’t expected to be easy. SAP Concur…

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