Back in the golden age of travel, when everyone dressed up to fly (or at least showered and shaved) and there was legroom in coach, frequent travelers used travel agencies to book travel. Now, they have apps.
The Scan: Expedia debuts travel management for small business, Travelocity adds live chat to TripCase
Expedia partners with Chase to give basic travel management to small businesses, and more items in our roundup of news for today.
Prism, a New Mexico, US-based airline customer management system provider, was snapped up by Sabre today for an undisclosed fee.
Sabre Holdings is poised to make what could be one of its biggest investments in recent memory, laying out what a leaked document says is up to $125 million on an undisclosed company.
Leveraging features from GetThere Mobile and Sabre Virtually There, Sabre is integrating corporate travel management and leisure-travel booking functions into its TripCase mobile and Web platforms.
Three topics stormed the audience at the ACTE Global 2011 conference which just ended in Paris this week: social, mobile and data.
More data illustrating the effect of the smartphone and the always-connected status of the modern business traveller, this time by way of a study by Sabre Travel Network.
With enhancements to its mobile website using HTML5, GetThere will increasingly be downplaying downloadable mobile apps from Sabre sibling TripCase.