Monthly Archives: June 2011

An Open Approach to Travel Distribution?

Travel managers, watch this 2-minute video about the benefits of open API systems, and then ask yourself how it could – should – be applied to the travel industry: To me, this video makes the point beautifully that open systems … Continue reading

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AirPlus Gets A+ on Ancillary Fees Report

AirPlus has cracked the code on reporting airline ancillary fees. Travel managers will find these reports extremely useful.  You’ll know with great  certainty what your travelers are buying from each airline. You’ll be able to answer important questions, such as: … Continue reading

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Why Hotels Need Bar Codes

Talk to anybody who has tried to clean up corporate hotel data, and you’ll know they hate doing it. It’s a pain in the butt to take a company’s hotel booking data from its TMC, and merge it with the … Continue reading

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