Corporate Travel Coverage

TravelPerk Launches Green Product for Corporate Travel

TravelPerk Launches Green Product for Corporate Travel

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

The movement toward green practices is finally taking place in corporate travel. It's about time companies and travelers take responsibility for their impact on the environment.

3 months ago

TravelPerk Builds Audited Carbon Offset Program for Biz Travel

TravelPerk Builds Audited Carbon Offset Program for Biz Travel

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

It's refreshing to hear a travel management company call out all the greenwashing taking place across the industry. Complex problems require creative solutions, and it's good to see travel taking its carbon problem more seriously.

3 months ago

TripActions Breaks Into Financial Technology

TripActions Breaks Into Financial Technology

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

TripActions has made the savvy Silicon Valley play of embracing financial technology while the sector is hot. Whether its new product represents anything truly fresh in corporate travel is a whole other story.

3 months ago

TripActions Launches Virtual Card Product for Corporate Travelers

TripActions Launches Virtual Card Product for Corporate Travelers

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

Virtual cards aren't anything new in corporate travel, despite limited adoption. But stronger integration with travel booking apps like TripActions could help mainstream the technology, which benefits both travelers and administrators.

3 months ago

Behind the Travel Buyer’s Search for Simplicity

Behind the Travel Buyer’s Search for Simplicity

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

It turns out simplifying travel programs isn't a major priority for most organizations. This is an unfortunate reality, leaving travel buyers with numerous challenges.

4 months ago

Corp Travel Buyers Have a Hard Time Keeping Programs Simple

Corp Travel Buyers Have a Hard Time Keeping Programs Simple

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

Travel buyers know that simplifying their programs can lead to major benefits for their organization. Corporate travel, unfortunately, is anything but simple.

4 months ago

What Sabre’s Antitrust Trial Says About the Future of Distribution

What Sabre’s Antitrust Trial Says About the Future of Distribution

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

As Sabre fights to acquire Farelogix, it's important to examine exactly why intermediaries are beginning to scoop up the companies built to disintermediate them.

4 months ago

Self-Driving Cars Rise Alongside Flight Shaming

Self-Driving Cars Rise Alongside Flight Shaming

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

As self-driving cars move closer to becoming a reality at scale, the impact on corporate travel will be immense.

4 months ago

Sabre, Travelport Make Big Moves in Travel Tech Sector

Sabre, Travelport Make Big Moves in Travel Tech Sector

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

The tides in corporate travel are shifting as distribution companies vie to develop new technology and build partnerships to drive the sector forward.

4 months ago

New Efforts to Bridge the Flight Booking Gap

New Efforts to Bridge the Flight Booking Gap

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

The competitive balance has shifted in corporate travel as airlines have improved their booking tools. Some industry veterans are trying to better connect both sides of the equation.

4 months ago

Airline-Owned ARC Buys NuTravel to Connect Airlines With Travel Management Companies

Airline-Owned ARC Buys NuTravel to Connect Airlines With Travel Management Companies

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

Airlines are starting to realize that better communication with travel management companies can benefit both sides. ARC wants to play a major role in this period of transition.

5 months ago

The Future of Mobility in Corp Travel Brings a Messy Chase for Scale

The Future of Mobility in Corp Travel Brings a Messy Chase for Scale

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

Ground transportation in corporate travel has evolved into a complicated and costly mess. There is some hope that new platforms will solve these issues, but that point isn't coming any time soon.

5 months ago