Posted in Risk Service Suppliers

As Clients Eye Longer Road Trips, Car Services Add Virus-Combating Procedures And Industry Debates Standards

Whether due to fear of coronavirus exposure from other passengers, discomfort with wearing face coverings for hours or the hassle and uncertainty of air and…

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Posted in Policy Risk

John Rose Vs. Covid-19

Altour chief risk officer John Rose has spoken on 36 webinars since the novel coronavirus outbreak. A former U.S. Marine, Rose’s mission is to eliminate…

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Posted in Negotiating Service Suppliers

Complexity In Ground Transport Gives Rise To Outsourced Management

Longtime ground transportation tech integrator Groundspan recently created a side business out of helping clients source suppliers and keep them honest. It’s no wonder there…

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Posted in Suppliers

Preparing For A Sale That Can’t Come Soon Enough For Its Key Owner, Addison Lee Makes Client-Facing Changes

Corporate buyers who use Addison Lee are getting nervous. One of the largest chauffeured car companies in the United States has made a number of…

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Posted in Distribution Suppliers

Op Ed: Igor Marchal On The Future Of Car Rental Distribution

Car rental companies can’t sufficiently differentiate their products or provide a modern shopping experience within the current distribution framework. That’s according to travel industry veteran…

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Posted in Policy Suppliers

Op Ed: Louise Miller On Innovation In Ground Transportation

Ground transportation used to be a relatively straightforward part of travel management. No longer. Louise Miller of Areka Consulting gives an overview of what’s changing…

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Posted in Distribution Productivity

Taxi Tech Company With Pre-Smartphone Heritage Takes On Lyft And Uber

There was a time when a big portion of ground transportation spending was invisible to corporate travel buyers. Lyft and Uber are helping with that,…

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