Do you understand the true costs of travel payments, how to reduce your exposure to credit card fraud and surcharges or how virtual cards work?
Muhammad Ali famously once said: “Often, it isnâ€™t the mountains ahead that wear you out, itâ€™s the little pebble in your shoe.”
Todayâ€™s travel payments landscape is complex. With rapidly changing points of sale, complicated distribution chains and legacy payment systems competing with new payment innovations, itâ€™s about time someone clarified the options and the costs.
One-third of all business travelers are “unmanaged”, meaning they do not have to operate under stated company travel guidelines or use company-approved travel providers.
There is an ugly truth that very few travel tech companies seem to talk about when they rush out of the gates to satisfy the curiosity of hungry travellers starved for experiences.
The first person I ever saw using a QR code in an email signature line was Jarad Miller, around the time he was moving into his current role with United Airlines.
TLabs Showcase on travel startups featuring France-based hotel mobile application booking engine BookingBrick.
One of the latest trends driving the mobile travel technology industry is the advent of Near Field Communications (NFC).
In a word: no. There are too many moving parts, other players with a vested interested and complexity on the technical side.