From virtual card purchases (VCNs) to voice-activated search, travel technology is transforming how TMCs engage with corporate travellers. And with 2017 now upon us, the advancement and adoption of travel technology is set to take yet another leap forward. So, to make sure you’re ready for what’s to come, here are 6 travel technology trends that will shape the corporate travel industry in 2017.Read more →
As the world's largest travel company, Expedia has acquired a hotel database of over 80,000 properties and 4 million rooms world-wide. With this comprehensive coverage, it’s no surprise that GDS companies have woken up to the benefits of integrating with the Expedia Affiliate Network (EAN).Read more →
From a standing start, the sharing economy has gone mainstream in just a few years and has overflowed from leisure to business travel. This sudden step change has huge implications for TMCs.
The poster boys of the sharing economy, Uber and Airbnb, are both enjoying exponential growth.Read more →
As the Business Travel Show’s annual survey of travel buyers proves, TMCs are under continued pressure to evolve their role in travel purchasing. So how can integration of your TMC’s software systems help you meet and exceed your customers’ expectations?
While overall travel budgets are on the rise, each trip continues to attract intense scrutiny for its compliance with policy, cost and value for money. More and more policies call for business to include low cost airlines in their travel plans as well as alternative methods of finding affordable accommodation.Read more →
Spurred on by the continued support and input of our valued clients, Navitas had a big year in 2014. 2015 is going to be even better.
2014 was a landmark year for us as we celebrated 10 years helping TMCs get the best from their GDS systems. Ten years ago we could not have imagined how satisfying it would be to work with the best TMCs, big and small, in the industry and to solve some of their biggest workflow frustrations. We owe a debt of thanks to each and everyone one of the customers that has supported us through the past decade – to them we would like to say ‘thank you, ever so much’.Read more →