Posted in Distribution Suppliers

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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Posted in Reporting Risk Suppliers

Key Partnership, Acquisition Boost Everbridge’s Position In Travel Risk Management

Serving the emergency response niche within employee duty of care, publicly traded Everbridge has signed nearly 4,000 new enterprise customers during the past eight years….

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Posted in Productivity Risk Sustainability

TMC In Québec Plans Q1 Launch For Travel Management Communications Platform

Montréal-based travel management company Encore Travel last year created a spinoff tech firm to take on the many challenges of internal travel program communications. With…

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Posted in Payment Suppliers

Considering Raising More Capital, Expensify Capitalizes On Silicon Valley’s Fervor For FinTech

Expensify’s new payment product is not what comes to mind for most people when they think “corporate card.” While technically it’s a credit card, effectively…

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Posted in Distribution Methods Reporting

Sold On Off-Channel Booking Capture? Here Are Additional Considerations

BCD Travel this year rolled out a new database of trip records independent of the traditional global distribution system passenger name record. Available in nearly…

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Posted in Risk Suppliers

SAP Concur Reworks Travel Management Company Partner Program, Shuts Down TMC Risk Messaging Service

In a move that opens up opportunities for risk management and communications firms, SAP Concur is sunsetting its TMC Messaging service. The company declined to…

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Posted in Culture Methods Policy

Managers Use Many Methods For Business Traveler Engagement

Chicago — When $630 million accounting and consulting firm Baker Tilly about six years ago attempted a “soft” travel program rollout, it didn’t really work….

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