Hotels Group's recent decision to make basic Internet access across all brands
free to loyalty club members is a game-changer that could hasten development of
tiered Internet pricing, according to several hotel industry analysts.
the glaring exception of the world's largest corporate card provider, American
Express, sources speaking with Travel
Procurement said one substantive change they have witnessed during the past
few years is that corporations increasingly are declining...
New savings opportunities can be a rare find in mature
travel programs, so when a technology company promises significant air spend
savings at no additional expense and with minimal modification to travel
procedures, it's worth a look. That's how Bill...
Airlines said late Friday that it has begun contract negotiations with travel
agencies and one travel agency consortium in order to make it easier for travel
agents to book the carrier's Economy fares in global distribution systems.
management system provider ExpenseCloud teamed with a third party to white-label
ExpenseCloud Travel, a travel booking tool.
Airlines is in the midst of revamping the customer relationship management
tools used by its sales force, including a CRM solution developed with software
provider Salesforce.com. AA vice president of global sales Derek DeCross said
commercial payments business has tremendous room for growth, but international
regulatory issues can be a burden and competition and technology are changing
more rapidly than ever, speakers told attendees to the Commercial Payments
Summit in New...
Choice Hotels International is putting up $40
million to accelerate renovations across its Comfort Inn and Comfort Suites
brands, the company announced on Tuesday.
A Global Business Travel Association member is
proposing that GBTA fill all four seats reserved for Allied members on its
board of directors through elections, instead of automatically seating the
president and vice president of GBTA's Allied Leadership...
Alexandria, Va. - The U.S. General Services
Administration in April indicated plans to encourage federal travelers to make
greater use of publicly available, nonrefundable airfares, potentially reducing
the share of government air trips that use negotiated...