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U.K.-Based Snowfall Travel Agrees To Buy PSNGR1 Online Booking Tech

[CORRECTION, Aug. 4, 2022: This article was modified to eliminate details on a company formerly affiliated with Snowfall, which were based on outdated information.] England-based tech firm Snowfall Travel agreed to acquire corporate booking tool developer PSNGR1 and bring on some employees, Snowfall founder Stefan Cars confirmed Thursday.  A final deal and related announcement are…

Op Ed: Norm Rose On Attacking Corporate Travel Pain Points With Web3 And Smart Contracts

Travel technology consulting veteran Norm Rose urges a push for smart contracts to improve the efficacy of negotiated corporate travel agreements. Emerging as the next generation of the internet, Web3 has a broad definition. It includes virtual reality in the metaverse, blockchain, token-based economics and decentralization of technology. For the corporate travel industry, the focus…

As Hopper Spawns Flexibility And Price Protections, Corporate Booking Tech Is On The Way

Apparently Hopper is building a corporate online booking tool. Marketing materials suggest B2B clients can “offer an end-to-end OBT that leverages Hopper’s technology, supply and design.” Scores of job openings describe a new corporate travel team that would “make Hopper’s consumer booking experience available to corporate travelers with corporate controls” through an “elegant, user-centric” solution….

IATA: Of Every 200 Indirect Airline Bookings, Less Than One Uses NDC For Corporate Travel

Ten years after the International Air Transport Association introduced its New Distribution Capability standards for web-based protocols to sell airline products, corporate travel bookings using those protocols remain a drop in the bucket.  Including leisure bookings, NDC’s penetration of indirect distribution for IATA member airlines in the quarter ending in March was 10 percent, driven…

PSNGR1 CEO Clashes With People He Dismissed By Slack, Tries To Avoid Squandering Tesla Win

Former employees of PSNGR1, the online booking tech firm flying on fumes thanks to what founder and CEO Chris Moss called a funding shortfall, said trouble with finances was not the company’s only problem. They accused Moss of mismanagement and claimed that frequent pivots hurt staffers, partners, customers and, they assumed, investors. Making the situation…

Online Booking Tech Firm PSNGR1 In Holding Pattern

New York-based online booking tech provider PSNGR1 is working with a skeleton staff after anticipated funding fell through, according to founder and CEO Chris Moss. “We have hit pause on the business and are hoping to get things straightened out over the next week or two,” said Moss. “We just signed a Fortune 100 company so there’s…

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