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LSE-Tnooz event discusses when a direct booking (maybe) isn't a direct booking
LSE-Tnooz event discusses when a direct booking (maybe) isn't a direct booking
By Linda Fox | December 5, 2016
Where does the intermediary's relationship with the customer end and the airline's begin and what exactly is a direct booking? When you gather travel distribution execs together, inevitable discuss Read More
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Airbnb signs with American Express GBT, Carlson Wagonlit and BCD Travel, scoring a TMC trifecta
Airbnb signs with American Express GBT, Carlson Wagonlit and BCD Travel, scoring a TMC trifecta
By Sean O'Neil | July 12, 2016
Three major travel management companies (TMCs) -- American Express Global Business Travel (GBT), BCD Travel, and Carlson Wagonlit Travel -- have signed a partnership with Airbnb, the short-term rental Read More
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BCD Travel acquires the assets of GetGoing
BCD Travel acquires the assets of GetGoing
By Sean O'Neil | January 28, 2016
BCD Travel, the global travel management company, has agreed to buy the assets of GetGoing, a startup in Silicon Valley that powers BCD’s TripSource Hotels tool, which provides hotel results in a way Read More
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Serko builds a travel management powerhouse Down Under
Serko builds a travel management powerhouse Down Under
By Rob Lovitt | January 24, 2016
When it comes to managed travel programs, some companies focus on expanding the range of inventory that employees can book. Others strive to streamline the booking process to create a system that empl Read More
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Travelport’s MTT talks mobile app strategy for TMCs and itself
Travelport’s MTT talks mobile app strategy for TMCs and itself
By Sean O'Neil | November 11, 2015
Mobile Travel Technologies (MTT), a mobile platform provider to airlines, hotels, and travel management companies (TMCs), has been on a growth tear. Today MTT has about 170 employees, with a plan Read More
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Checkmate: Why text messaging is the new model for hotel guest communication
Checkmate: Why text messaging is the new model for hotel guest communication
By Sean O'Neil | September 10, 2015
Checkmate is a startup that began a couple of years ago by building mobile tools for hotels to digitize and monetize the process of guests checking in. It has since expanded its aperture to include Read More
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Japan Airlines gets Amadeus Altea, DataArt automates Triometric, and more
Japan Airlines gets Amadeus Altea, DataArt automates Triometric, and more
By PhocusWire | July 30, 2014
This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel SYSTEMS in tourism and hospitality for July 2014. Thursday 31 July 2014: Japan Airlines to implement Amadeus Altea solution The Read More
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MakeMyTrip buys EasyToBook hotel service for $5 million
MakeMyTrip buys EasyToBook hotel service for $5 million
By Kevin May | February 6, 2014
Just two and a half years after selling up to BCD Holdings-owned leisure group Travix, hotel booking site EasyToBook has another owner - MakeMyTrip. The deal sees India-based (but US-listed) online Read More
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Online managed travel is booming in Europe
Online managed travel is booming in Europe
By Sean O'Neil | July 10, 2013
In 2014, mega agencies will book 41 billion euro in managed travel through online channels -- a 29% rise in annual gross bookings over four years. Read More
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BCD Travel buys corporate travel division of Travelocity
BCD Travel buys corporate travel division of Travelocity
By Kevin May | June 18, 2013
Busy day at Travelocity as it offloads a second business in the space of a few hours, with BCD Travel snapping up its TBiz corporate division for an undisclosed fee. Read More
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The Scan: Fodor's beach finder, app and away for Travelzoo and Qatar Airways and more travel tech news
The Scan: Fodor's beach finder, app and away for Travelzoo and Qatar Airways and more travel tech news
By PhocusWire | February 11, 2013
Fodor's Travel, Qatar Airways, Deem Ground, Travelzoo, SiteMinder-Micros, WestJet, Farelogix, BCD Travel, Momondo, Wego, Nor1 and Hotebeds are all mentioned in our round-up of travel tech news on... Read More
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Tnooz-BCD Travel Webinar VIDEO: Getting in sync – Tools for communicating with business travelers
Tnooz-BCD Travel Webinar VIDEO: Getting in sync – Tools for communicating with business travelers
By PhocusWire | February 14, 2012
So what is an enterprise social network, who is using them, are they using them correctly? How does mobile fit in? These questions and more are answered in this webinar for the business travel sector. Read More
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Tnooz-BCD Travel FREE Webinar: Getting in sync - Tools for communicating with business travelers
Tnooz-BCD Travel FREE Webinar: Getting in sync - Tools for communicating with business travelers
By PhocusWire | January 30, 2012
The business travel sector is embracing apps, mobile web, micro-management and virtual concierge systems - but what is the best strategy and how do you implement it? Read More
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Cheaptickets admits system hacked, 715,000 records from 2008 and 2009 stolen
Cheaptickets admits system hacked, 715,000 records from 2008 and 2009 stolen
By Kevin May | October 31, 2011
Travix has confirmed a major security breach at its Cheaptickets brand in Holland mid-October, with thousands of passenger details obtained by a prolific hacker. Read More
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EasyToBook sold to BCD Holdings leisure mega-group Travix
EasyToBook sold to BCD Holdings leisure mega-group Travix
By Kevin May | August 19, 2011
Hotel booking website EasyToBook was acquired this week by Travix, joining the likes of Vayama and Cheaptickets in the BCD Travel-run leisure brand division. Read More
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