Virtual collaboration: Enhancing your travel program

March 2, 2020

Integrating virtual collaboration in your managed travel program can make you much more important to your business. It extends your reach to include a strategic responsibility for virtual collaboration, which no one else has picked up in most companies. It also presents a new savings opportunity. This white paper offers a starting point to embark on the total collaboration journey.

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HOW TO MAXIMISE YOUR PRODUCTIVITY WHILE TRAVELLING FOR BUSINESS

whitePaper | November 10, 2019

There’s nothing like a face-to-face meeting for getting results. But when you or your employees travel for business, the long hours, coupled with being constantly on the go, can leave you feeling tired and unmotivated. Meanwhile, being out of office means you can easily get behind on your to-do list, and have to work even harder on your return in order to catch up. So how do you maximise your productivity while travelling, while minimising the disruption to your day-to-day workload? Here are our top tips:

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The vendors’ view on the transition to a world of Offers and Orders

whitePaper | October 13, 2022

Based on present trends, we believe it will be possible for some airlines and their partners to see a world of 100% Offers and Orders by 2030. This means that full capabilities, based on global open standards and a modular architecture, need to be ready and available for any airline that wishes to embark on this journey. In partnership with key industry players, IATA has published a vision of a world with 100% Offers and Orders. The New Distribution Capability (NDC) has been a catalyst in this journey to airline retailing. However, many implementations sell rely on legacy artefacts such as filed fares, booking classes, PNRs and E-Tickets/EMDs. Vendors are developing retailing pla��orms in this context, however, so far, none of them propose a completely legacy-free environment with Offers and Orders only.

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Concept of Operations for Uncrewed Urban Air Mobility

whitePaper | September 30, 2022

a Concept of Operations (ConOps) for uncrewed, passenger carrying, urban air mobility (UAM) operations involving highly-automated, electric aircraft. While the concept is presented within the context of the United States national airspace system (NAS), it is intended to provide a blueprint for such operations globally. This ConOps is intended to facilitate stakeholder engagement, concept maturation, and ultimately industry consensus for how to enable such operation

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How to Create the Sustainable Travel Products CustomersWant

whitePaper | December 5, 2022

Sustainability has risen to the top of the CEO agenda and leaders across industries are stepping up action.1 In travel, many companies are already in the process of setting ambitious sustainability goalsand developing corresponding strategies, including the transition to net zero. 2 However, to achieve these goals and transition to a more sustainable future, travel and tourism (T&T) companies mustsuccessfully develop products that enable more sustainable travel choices.

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HARMONISING AIR TRAVEL

whitePaper | May 4, 2022

As we begin to imagine a post-COVID reality, the imperative is to attract once again the millions of people now discouraged from booking flights as a result of confusion over travel requirements, and also to ensure as an industry we are prepared for future health crise The Harmonising Air Travel White Paper is ambitious and far sighted, and was created in consultation with a broad range of aviation stakeholders.

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Next Generation of Guest Experience in Hospitality

whitePaper | September 24, 2021

The hospitality industry is evolving at an unprecedented pace. Properties must solve for expanded and differentiated guest expectations driven by new technologies and changed traveler behavior, as well as create improved operating efficiencies through automated solutions. The emergence of COVID-19 sent shockwaves throughout the travel industry, forcing operators to think of innovative ways to provide guests with an environment that makes them feel safe while optimizing the operators’ finances. As a result, connectivity has become a major factor in guests’ overall experience and satisfaction. Many of these solutions rely on autonomous data collection and wireless control requiring low latency, increased connection capacity and high reliability -- the three pillars of 5G. Robust wireless connectivity enables properties to understand their guests’ behaviors and how efficiently their property is being operated.

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