Hotelogix unlocks features, CWT plots meetings platform, and more...News / DistributionBy PhocusWire | May 31, 2017Share This article was originally published on This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel systems in May 2017.Wednesday 31 May 2017:Hotelogix unlocks features The hotel tech firm has launched a number of new services including: a Pocket PMS so hoteliers can manage hotel activities through an Adroid device; keyless lock platform and management; and connections with third party accounting software providers.Wednesday 25 May 2017:CWT plots meeting platform MeetingsBooker is to partner with the global corporate travel agency to create a service for securing meeting venues for customers. The platform will be available for areas in the UK and Ireland and is part of a wider plan to expand CWT's Meetings & Events services.Tuesday 23 May 2017:Coupa strikes Sabre expense deal The spend management software provider will collaborate with Sabre so that corporate customers can access its platform via the GetThere service. Business travellers using GetThere can automatically generate expense reports from their trip and file directly with travel managers.Monday 22 May 2017:Sabre signs Hospitality International agreement The hotel online franchise company will use Sabre to handle reservations (powered by SynXis), booking engines and call center technology. Brands in the deal include Red Carpet Inn, Scottish Inns, Master Hosts Inns, Downtowner Inns and Passport Inn.Friday 12 May 2017:Buster brings carts to events The group travel provider has developed a shopping cart-style service so that event planners can collect multiple ground transport options in one booking and fulfil with one payment. Products include limos, vans, buses and vehicles from other private operators.AlphaRooms spends with PaysafeThe payments provider will work with AlphaRooms to handle its online debit and credit card services. The platform will be used on multiple devices and include the introduction of one-click payments.Wednesday 10 May 2017:Unisys upgrades AirCore platform Airline customers will be able to streamline disruption management tools and use predictive analytics within the new version of the company's AirCore service. Other features include re-accommodation tools, disaster recovery services and passenger services technology.Friday 5 May 2017:Deem launches Open Expense The tool from the corporate travel tech company uses the new Deem Work Fource platform to connect the expense reporting of flights, hotels and other travel services into employee expense platforms. The process is automatic and works with existing expense reporting platforms.Avantio signs SysPay deal The vacation rental management tech provider is partnering with SysPay to give hosts an automated payment service through its platform. Ownes can collect credit card payments through a PC compliant process on the Avantio Wallet.NB: Travel systems image via Pixabay.