August 2014 News Archive

Ryanair continues its drive to woo business passengers

Ryanair continues its drive to woo business passengers
Thursday 28th August 2014

The shift towards budget air travel within the business community is one that has been happening for some time now as organisations look to rein in their travel expenditure.

Indeed, we have already seen a number of low-cost airlines sign deals with GDS companies to place their fares on GDS travel booking systems in an effort to attract more business passengers.

However, even...

Data analytics and business travel

Data analytics and business travel
Wednesday 27th August 2014

Business employees are travelling more frequently and to more destinations than ever before, and they're not just leaving behind contrails in the sky as they jet off to meetings and conferences.

They are in fact leaving a data trail everywhere they go, and as more and more information is generated from a growing array of sources, business travel buyers are realising that they can...

Recent tragedies put traveller safety high on the TMC agenda

Recent tragedies put traveller safety high on the TMC agenda
Monday 18th August 2014

Passenger safety has always been a major concern for travel management companies (TMCs) offering a full range of business travel services to their corporate clients, particularly those who send their employees on frequent trips to potentially volatile countries or regions.

Indeed, the 2014 International Travel Management Study by AirPlus International showed that 66 per cent see...

Travel managers foresee higher prices

Travel managers foresee higher prices
Tuesday 12th August 2014

Controlling costs is always a major priority for travel management companies (TMC) regardless of the economic backdrop, and increases in business travel prices can have a big impact on budgets.

That's why the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) and Carlson Wagonlit Travel have published the 2015 Global Travel Price Outlook, to help travel managers plan...

TMCs could achieve cost savings of up to 80% by adopting e-invoicing

TMCs could achieve cost savings of up to 80% by adopting e-invoicing
Monday 4th August 2014

In today's competitive marketplace keeping down costs and protecting margins is essential for an ambitious travel management company, and that's why it makes sense to look at your mid and back office functions to see where you can reduce your overheads.

You may be throwing money away quite unnecessarily if you are carrying out time-consuming manual tasks that you could quite...

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