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Today’s business travel programmes deliver huge amounts of data – everything from details of hotel bookings and flights to individual passenger expenses and preferences for food, seats and rooms.
There is no point having copious amounts of data if you can’t check it continuously and whenever the need arises.
The advantage of having the highest quality clean data is that you have instant access to quick actionable elements of your programme to better shape your travel spend.
Business travel programme data is not only about your hotel bookings, flight tickets and transfer journeys.
We know that a web interface will not always be the way a client wants to access their data. Not all of our customers in the future will want to log into a reporting platform to see their data.
The idea behind NDC is that everyone involved in the business of distributing content – such as airline seats and fares – are all talking the same (technical) language and using the same syntax to exchange messages on shopping and booking components of travel...
We know that finding the best travel management company (TMC) for your business can seem very challenging. We’ve seen what works for buyers – and what really doesn’t work. That's why we've written a comprehensive guide to creating the best possible TMC selection process...
The brainchild of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), NDC is an XML standard that will enable TMCs and other third parties to present the full range of airline products and services in one seamless transaction.
After 13 years of delays, waivers, and extensions, a final deadline has been set for states to comply with the provisions of the REAL ID Act.
The holiday season is its own battlefield entirely as you realize that you and everyone else in the world is trying to head home during one of the busiest travel seasons in the U.S.
Since the 1970s, airline distribution has centered on the Global Distribution Systems (GDS). Airlines loaded fixed fares into the GDS for agents to sell on a per seat or flight basis.