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Concur adds loyalty points, deepens integrations with Uber linkup


Following on the heels of yesterday’s announcement of a direct linkup with Airbnb, travel expense management company Concur has now also brought on-demand car service Uber into the platform.

Air India on Travelport Merchandising Platform, Solomon Airlines and AirAsia select Amadeus solutions, and more

This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel DISTRIBUTION in tourism and hospitality for July 2014.

Zero patience, zero wait: the reality of online travel shopping


Gone in half the blink of an eye. Online travel shoppers, that is. NB: This is an analysis by Manav Mital, CEO and founder of Instart Logic.

Chief information officer? You’re fired…


SYSTEMS: Blaming the failings of a company to keep up with technological innovation on the shoulders of a single individual might be a bit harsh.

Mobile to account for the majority of travel browsing early next year

Figures from research carried out last month show browsing of travel sites via mobile represented 43% of all website traffic in June.

Numbering the days of the selfie as dronies take over [VIDEO]

Tourism New Zealand is flying with the drone trend via a campaign encouraging skiers to share videos taken from the sky across social networks.

Voyat raises $1.8M for its hotel CRM tools, which keep tabs on guests after their stays


Investors are still bullish on hotel business-to-business technology. Voyat, a B2B tool for hotel owners that brings actionable customer data through a persistent social log-in, has raised $1.8 million in seed funding.

American Express boosts traveler care with enhanced traveler management


Product rollouts at the annual Global Business Travel Association conference in Los Angeles have begun, and American Express Global Business Travel (GBT) has announced updates that enhance the current business travel product.

Airbnb goes after business traveller, seals deal with Concur

It was only a matter  of time before Concur and Airbnb formed some sort of partnership and today the wait is over.

Solomon Airlines and AirAsia select Amadeus solutions, Sabre renews with Hilton and more

This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel DISTRIBUTION in tourism and hospitality for July 2014.

Hilton will let you pick a room and unlock its door with your mobile device


Hilton is giving its mobile apps a major upgrade. By end of this summer, Hilton Worldwide will enable guests to pick their room after they check in on the company’s branded apps.

What travel brands should know about the changing face of digital China

As China rises to be the largest travel market in the world, brands need to understand how to participate in China’s digital media to attract and convert consumers.

The Flight Tonight app aims to bring spontaneity to the masses

Last-minute airfare search app Flight Tonight — which operates like a HotelTonight for plane tickets — has debuted in the Apple App Store.

Are you missing a market the size of China?

Disabled customers are struggling to research and book their holidays because websites are not accessible, according to a report published this week by digital accessibility specialists AbilityNet.

Smart bracelets for Ushuaia Beach, CWT app gets gamification treatment, and more

This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel DEVICES in tourism and hospitality for July 2014.

On demand taxi hailing service Easy Taxi raises $40 million

Easy Taxi, Rocket Internet‘s mobile-based on demand taxi hailing company, has raised $40 million in Series D funding led by Phenomen Ventures, with participation from Tengelmann Ventures.

Mobile bookings continue to show strength for hotel brands


Consumers are eager to use smartphones to book and are increasingly trusting devices to complete these transactions.

Why good hotels have bad WiFi, and how to avoid them

Few people depend on strong Wi-Fi networks as much as developers and engineers. So it is no surprise that many of these technology professionals have strong opinions about hotels that fail to deliver on their promises of high-speed internet.

OECD releases latest data on global access to data subscriptions


The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development has released its latest data on access to mobile data subscriptions globally.

The wait is over, tours and activities finally hits the big time

Our long nightmare is over. Tours and activities finally gets the big market move it has so desperately needed: TripAdvisor has snapped up Viator.


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