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Hotel Programme & Increased Online Adoption

An ambitious expansion programme from this retail client required greater support from a travel management company to cope with the high demand for travel and hotel rooms - particularly for new store openings. Read the article

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Travel Smarter Tips

During the Business Travel Show 2017, we asked the UK travel industry for the tips that help them to travel smarter. Read the article

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How To Streamline The Travel Process

Traveller profile data is key and we know that information is often found scattered around in systems, tools and databases. All of this information is vital when booking a business trip
and can often be a challenge to keep up to date. Read the article

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A Global Implementation

Booking.com is the world leader in booking accommodation online. This case study covers their need to consolidate their travel and expense management across all of their offices, implementing location by location. Read the article

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ATPI Traveller Statistics

The ATPI Group analysed the travel patterns of its 50 top travelling clients in 2015... with these results. Read the article

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Low Cost Airlines And Internet Fares

Our e-guide looks at some pros and cons of using low cost airlines outside the leisure or consumer market, and considers their viability for the business traveller, whether an engineer off to fix an oil rig, or a road warrior travelling to sales meetings. Read the article

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Negotiating With Airlines

Whatever the size and nature of your business, partnering with airlines requires strong relationships and smart negotiation. Here are a few tips for long-term success. Read the article

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Stork: Bespoke Booking Technology Delivers Efficiencies

Stork’s specific challenge was travel booking processes - the company was therefore looking to improve efficiencies utilising a solution that would compliment company culture. Read the article

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European Space Agency – Global Implementation

For over 20 years the European Space Agency had been working with three different travel management companies across five countries. Implementation needed to be completed within 12 weeks and with all five markets going live on the same day. Read the article