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PhocusWire | October 30, 2019
Hospitality technology companies Pegasus and Travel Tripper, which merged almost a year go, will be called Pegasus going forward. The combined entity says it is unveiling a “new vision and rebranded platform” that will include the best of both companies. The platform will encompass the Travel Tripper reservation system, booking engine and e-commerce solutions are being combined with the Pegasus GDS, sales solutions and business intelligence capabilities....
Buying Business Travel | January 13, 2020
Traveleads has joined Advantage Business Travel, bringing the consortia’s 2019 total for new members to 15. Listed on the 2019 BBT Leading 50 TMCs, Traveleads was established in 1971 and has service centres manned by travel consultants in Leeds, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Southampton. It currently employs 100 people and has plans to further develop its brand, team, service offering and systems in 2020. Group head of marketing Hayley Collingswood (pictured) commented: “We’re incred...
Capita Travel and Events said its clients and their travellers are benefitting from easy bookings, enhanced wellbeing and cost savings as a result of 93 pieces of new technology released in 2019. According to the TMC, the technology was built by an in-house team and comprises 251 new product features and five new products. One new solution is the iris suite, which features communications to influence booking behaviours; the iris:go mobile app providing travellers access to their accommodation, a...
Skift | January 13, 2020
Airbnb, TripAdvisor, and Holiday Lettings are active participants in Google’s year-old vacation rentals feature, but they have a curious approach to guest reviews on the platform — no usernames. If you read a guest review of an Airbnb-provided vacation rental listing on Google’s travel pages in Chicago, London, or Bangkok, all of the reviews seemingly come from what is labeled as an “Airbnb.com reviewer” instead of Hazel P. or Betty M., for instance. That’s a ...
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