Articles tagged “mobile”

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Singapore Airlines Enhances Passenger Experience with Innovative Mobile App

Singapore Airlines Enhances Passenger Experience with Innovative Mobile App

Singapore Airlines + Skift

In today’s marketplace, it’s not enough for an airline to simply have an app. Cutting-edge functionality, efficient tools and, yes, fun bells and whistles are needed to engender consumer loyalty and drive increased revenue. The new app from Singapore Airlines ticks all the boxes and provides a new model for the industry.

3 months ago

What Makes Millennial and Gen Z Travelers From India and China So Different From Western Peers

What Makes Millennial and Gen Z Travelers From India and China So Different From Western Peers

Meghan Carty, Skift

With millennials pushing 40 years old and Gen Z entering the workforce, each of these generational cohorts will only grow in importance to the travel industry. The latest Skift Research report shows how they differ from each other as well as from their peers globally.

5 months ago

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How Connected Employees Can Enhance Customer Experiences in Real Time

How Connected Employees Can Enhance Customer Experiences in Real Time

Microsoft + Skift

Digitizing, streamlining, and simplifying how employees communicate and collaborate is essential to truly empowering firstline workers to deliver results. Providing them with the right tools is key.

7 months ago

Amazon Confirms Flight-Booking Launch as Part of a Superapp Strategy

Amazon Confirms Flight-Booking Launch as Part of a Superapp Strategy

Dennis Schaal, Skift

Amazon wants to be a superapp, the mobile tool of choice to book flights, buy books, and make payments. In travel, flights are only the beginning.

8 months ago

Booking Drops Hotel Requirement to Book Tours and Activities

Booking Drops Hotel Requirement to Book Tours and Activities

Dennis Schaal, Skift

Booking.com's hotel focus has given way to a strategy to serve travelers at every portion of the trip. TripAdvisor already does it, Expedia too. Airbnb is on that full-service road. So Booking.com will have plenty of company.

8 months ago

Google Is Filling In the Missing Pieces With Mobile Flight-Delay Notifications

Google Is Filling In the Missing Pieces With Mobile Flight-Delay Notifications

Dennis Schaal, Skift

Google Assistant will soon start sending flight-delay notifications on mobile, and informing travelers about the reasons behind the disruption to their itineraries. This could be a really great service, and Google will do it at scale. Rest assured that an automated flight-rebooking service won't be too far behind.

1 year ago

What 5G Will Mean for Hotels and Events

What 5G Will Mean for Hotels and Events

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

Arriving soon: 5G mobile internet. But it will likely be years before it is deployed around the world in any significant ways. Travel companies, along with event professionals, should start planning now for a future defined by ubiquitous access to high-speed data.

1 year ago

TripAdvisor Digs Deeper Into Social Travel With a Personalized Recommendation Feed

TripAdvisor Digs Deeper Into Social Travel With a Personalized Recommendation Feed

Dennis Schaal, Skift

TripAdvisor already was a social travel site before the beta launch of its new travel feed, and it has resources in this area that many failed startups didn't have — namely, a massive user base, a global brand, and profit. Still, this site redesign may not move the proverbial needle as much as the company hopes.

1 year ago

India’s Outbound Tourism Spending Is Expected to Grow Rapidly

India’s Outbound Tourism Spending Is Expected to Grow Rapidly

Meghan Carty, Skift Research

The India outbound market is already huge and doesn’t show any signs of slowing its growth. It’s about time the global travel industry started paying attention if companies hope to capture a share of the market.

1 year ago

Delete Didi Movement Shakes China Ridesharing Service

Delete Didi Movement Shakes China Ridesharing Service

Bloomberg

Whether it's an airline (United) or a ridesharing service (Didi and Uber), a corporate reputation can be pummeled in a social media minute. Didi executives claim they are now emphasizing safety as the number one priority and making growth secondary. At least they are saying the right things.

1 year ago

New Skift Research Report: The State of India Outbound Travel 2018

New Skift Research Report: The State of India Outbound Travel 2018

Meghan Carty, Skift Research

The India outbound travel market is poised to boom in a matter of years. The global travel industry needs to make itself aware of this market and why it matters now, so they’re not scrambling to catch up later.

1 year ago

Meeting Planners Turn to Mobile Tools for Event Sourcing

Meeting Planners Turn to Mobile Tools for Event Sourcing

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

Corporate confidence is high, so more meetings are taking place offsite. This is putting pressure on planners to source and plan events more efficiently, so many are turning to mobile tools to help.

1 year ago