Response Tap, FCm, HRG, Multicom, Vayant, Iris, Portman Travel, KDS, Conferma and Concur are mentioned in our special round-up of news and briefs you may have missed from the Travel Technology and Business Travel Shows last week.
The Scan: iRiS lobby app, ResponseTap’s web tracking, Concur expense study and other travel tech news
HRG, Egencia, Inntopia, RateGain, Digital Alchemy, Masabi and IFE all feature in today’s news roundup of snippets from across the travel technology industry
Travel Tech, mmMule, Google Flight Search, HRG, WIHP, and ShoreTrips all make our roundup of the stories making news and driving opinion on 1 October.
American Airlines offers direct-connect bounty via Priceline, talks with business travel giants stall
American Airlines is back in Direct-Connect mode, after its programme to try and turn the airline distribution model on its head fell by the wayside as it faced bigger battles.
Mr and Mrs Smith tie in with Tourism Australia, Etihad digi campaign, HRG North America role, Affiliate Window eyes US… What else is going on in the world of travel tech…
HireWinston unveils Blackberry first, HRG buys remaining SpendVision shares, CWT expands iJet deal, GHX secures hotels, Pegasus wins Prince Hotels. A round-up of other stories from across the industry.
Walking the floor of last week’s Business Travel Show threw up a number of interesting developments which were less about innovation and more about services to help travellers on the go
Much of the corporate travel world is talking about the consumerisation of business travel or opening up travel technology used in the leisure world and making it useful to those on business.
Travelport has finally got Universal Desktop, its travel search, booking and management tool, off the ground with Flight Centre as its first customer.
Global corporate travel giant Hogg Robinson has turned the distribution debate screw just a little tighter by revealing talks are taking place with American Airlines to use the famed Direct-Connect.