Travel Management Blog

Why a GDS is Essential for Business Travel

Everyone talks about the value of data these days, but travel management consultants have known this for over 50 years. Because data makes a GDS essential for business travel.

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February 22, 2022 Navitas GDS

Translate Confusing GDS Data with Decoder Suite

Let’s face it, GDS data is impenetrable. And that’s a problem if you’re a consultant that needs to send data to a client quickly. Decoder Suite gives you the information you need when you need it, in a format you can read.

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February 10, 2022 Navitas Product, GDS

CheckMate – The Smart Way to Monitor Flight/Seat Availability

Monitoring flight/seat availability is a constant headache for travel management companies. Just when you think you’ve found the perfect seat for your customer, it’s gone. And who knows how long you’ll have to wait before the airline releases more inventory?

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January 11, 2022 Darren Waughman Product, GDS

How to Streamline the Booking Process with Travel Management Software

Few industries felt the impact of COVID-19 like travel. Restrictions on domestic and international flights brought business and leisure travel to a screeching halt. With no passengers to look after, Travel Management Companies (TMCs) were forced to cut costs.

The industry has begun to recover in recent months and business travellers are starting to spread their wings. But the combination of staff shortages, limited resources, and more complex travel requirements in the wake of Brexit and COVID-19 have left TMCs struggling to meet this demand. And this has caused a noticeable decline in service levels – particularly in the booking process.

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December 21, 2021 Darren Waughman TMC, GDS, Travel Industry

Introducing Our Latest Integration: Thrust Carbon

It’s no secret that travel has a significant impact on the environment. The aviation industry alone is responsible for around 2.4% of the world’s carbon emissions which, together with other gases aircraft produce, contribute to 5% of global warming. And it’s not just tourism that’s the problem. In 2018, professional service company PwC revealed that business travel was responsible for 53% of its carbon emissions.

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December 14, 2021 Darren Waughman Company, GDS