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.
When Concur unveiled the extension of ground transportation via GroundScope to Europe this week inevitable talk around its Perfect Trip initiative ensued
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.
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Over seven months after co-founder and CEO Tom Romary quit the company, Yapta has installed a new boss to take care of the airfare price tracking service.
Yapta began a pilot program with “several large travel management companies” to test a new tool designed to capture savings when airfares drop.
The wrong industry is paying attention to Tingo, the recent side project from TripAdvisor which is gaining notoriety from the travel trade.
Airfare-price tracker Yapta will have to track down some CEO candidates as co-founder and chief executive Tom Romary exited the company and was hired by Rearden Commerce.
If you want to get push notifications on your smartphone when airfares drop on particular routes or when the price falls on a flight you’ve already booked, Yapta’s new iPhone app may come in handy.
TripIt, the itinerary management service acquired by Concur in January, has reached a milestone: 1 million mobile users.