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Joining Bevy Of Return-To-Travel Info Services, New Firm’s Data Scientists See Safe Travel For Most People And Places By July

As various industry entities work on the problem of informing business travelers of whether they can or should go here or there, and what they…

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Adelman’s Self-Service Pre-Trip Approvals System Allows On-The-Fly Modifications

Adelman Travel Group built what it considers a first-of-its-kind self-service travel authorization tool. Called Hot Spot Approvals, the proprietary technology allows clients to assign approvers…

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As Companies Get Creative With Pre-Trip Communications, Discovery Moves Guidance To The Front End With Shep

Businesses shouldn’t send travelers out in today’s world without proper guidance. Ideally, communications feature in the planning and booking process. They could be part and…

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Trondent Tries To Improve Pre-Trip Approval

One view of pre-trip approval is that it’s a critical tool for controlling travel spending and employee movements. Another says it’s red tape. Some see…

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Withering On The Vine? Sabre’s TripCase Slips In Managed Business Travel While TripIt Keeps Adding Features

The United States Patent and Trademark Office in February granted Sabre a patent on “post-booking travel assistance and organization.” This covers some key functions in…

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GDPR Prompts BCD Travel To Sign On With SAP’s Customer Data Cloud, Replace Existing Traveler Profile System

BCD Travel clients by year-end will start benefiting from a new traveler information database built with SAP’s cloud-based customer data solution, the companies said Wednesday….

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Pre-Trip Approval And The Value Of Red Tape

Pre-trip approval for many organizations is a necessary evil. It’s bureaucratic by nature. It may be the antithesis of the traveler-centric approach that’s all the rage…

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