In the past year, Yapta has gone from virtually 100% of revenue coming from the consumers to more than 70% attributable to FareIQ, a corporate airfare price tracking tool. We speak to one of its clients.
Yapta signs up Carlson Wagonlit and other corporate travel managers to test its FareIQ price-tracking tool
Since June, the price-tracking service claims to have saved travel management companies (TMCs) $279 per corporate travel itinerary over and above any airline imposed change fees and agency re-booking fees, on $20 million in spend.
Yapta began a pilot program with “several large travel management companies” to test a new tool designed to capture savings when airfares drop.