In this changing world, travel bookers need to make it a priority to keep up with the times to remain relevant. One of the challenges faced by travel bookers is ensuring that companies maximize their investment on business travel while, at the same time, ensuring the wellbeing of travellers on the road.
Technology is essential in making booking corporate travel more exciting and rewarding. Road warriors are looking for consumer technologies that are not just on a par with the technology they use for personal travel, but that surpasses it.
There has been no shortage of predictions about how advances in artificial intelligence and robotics will replace humans in all kinds of jobs.
Companies that spend heavily on business travel could see profits soar by as much as 47%. That is according to new research by the Harvard Business Review.
Smartphones and tablets travel with us everywhere and are an essential part of everyday life and with the growing trend towards workplace flexibly, businesses need mobile apps.
Oz Desai, GM Corporate Traveller, shares five of the questions most travel bookers have always wanted ask, and which could easily be answered by requesting the right report from your TMC.
Booking across a multitude of different mechanisms and platforms can be less efficient and stressful. Here are six ways of how the right technology can simplify and improve the travel booking process.
The generational gap in the workplace has become a much discussed topic in recent years. Find out how Tech can help bridge the gap between generational divide in the workplace.
IATA’s New Distribution Capability (NDC) has promised to offer personalisation, increased choice as well as better customer experience and the potential for travel buyers to achieve savings.
There’s nothing better than travelling for work, right? Here are eight sure ways to mess up a business trip and solutions on how to approach the trip planning in a better way.
With the end of the year comes an opportunity to review what’s changed in the corporate travel space over the past 12 months, and what we predict for the coming year.
In an age where security concerns are an important consideration for travel planners, companies must be prepared for any emergency.