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Tailored Travel Management Solutions

Read how this European bank made the decision to consolidate their business travel - proving a challenge for the UK operation who were receiving a flexible, quality service delivered by a team who truly understood their business. Read the article

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Big Data – Making Sense Of The Numbers

Big Data is about collecting all the information that comes in from multiple sources, analysing it and using it to inform decision-making. This can make your travel planning easier, cheaper and more effective – as Fiona Reilly of Travelport explains. Read the article

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Seamless Implementation Across Europe

Our client provides commercial property insurance and business continuity solutions. With a global reach, including multiple offices in Europe alone, the organisation had previously worked with a number of different travel management companies (TMCs). Read the article

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Open Travel

Open Travel has become a buzz phrase that the travel industry continues to debate in regards to whether it could ever work successfully for organisations with a significant travel spend. Technology expert Gary Hance explores the Open Booking trend. Read the article

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Travel Consolidation & Improved MI

This legal firm wanted to consolidate their business travel, be able to book online, and receive more efficient management information (MI) to help them make important travel decisions and continuously improve processes. Read the article

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Proactive Services Proves Persuasive

This law firm had previously used another top 10 UK travel management company. ATPI Corporate Travel persuaded the firm to trial its service with three in-house bookers and worked hard to demonstrate the benefits of its proactive, flexible service. Read the article

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Strategic and Flexible Approach Achieves Savings

This client is an international group of companies focusing on defence, security, energy and transport. The group was looking to consolidate travel policy to achieve greater buying power and reduce overall costs. Read the article