Articles tagged “tripactions”

The Perils of Renewing Your Contract With a Corporate Travel Agency in a Crisis

The Perils of Renewing Your Contract With a Corporate Travel Agency in a Crisis

Matthew Parsons, Skift

A crisis can either strain a relationship or cement it. Many travel agencies with contracts expiring on the horizon are about to find out which category they fall into with their corporate customers.

3 months ago

TripActions CEO Defends Controversial Layoffs Strategy

TripActions CEO Defends Controversial Layoffs Strategy

Matthew Parsons, Skift

Ariel Cohen’s decision to fire 100 employees during a video conference is controversial, but might also reflect the new reality of remote workforce management.

4 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.

5 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.

5 months ago

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New Report: 10 Business Travel Trends for 2020

New Report: 10 Business Travel Trends for 2020

TripActions + Skift

What’s in store for the business travel sector in 2020? Our newest trend report, created in partnership with corporate travel management leader TripActions, offers a prediction on the 10 trends that will have the biggest impact on business travel in the year ahead.

8 months ago

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New Report: The State of Business Travel 2020

New Report: The State of Business Travel 2020

TripActions + Skift

Today’s corporate travel managers have a lot on their to do lists, whether that’s managing company travel policies, spending priorities, or keeping employees happy. How will they manage it all? This new report, based on the findings of a survey of business travelers and corporate travel managers, offers insights to help inform these critical decision-makers.

10 months ago

More Companies Favor Traveler-First Startups for Biz Travel

More Companies Favor Traveler-First Startups for Biz Travel

Isaac Carey, Skift

Employees are having more of an impact on how companies choose their travel policies. This has big implications for the future of corporate travel.

10 months ago

Promise and Pablum at Corporate Travel’s Biggest Gathering of the Year

Promise and Pablum at Corporate Travel’s Biggest Gathering of the Year

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

Is corporate travel a sexy sector now? Maybe to investors, but new technology is doing less to change the status quo than you may think.

12 months ago

Corporate Travel Booker TravelPerk Raises an Extra $60 Million

Corporate Travel Booker TravelPerk Raises an Extra $60 Million

Isaac Carey, Skift

The company is doing well, considering it's operating in one of the most difficult markets for business travel. Now it's hinting at new, out-of-the-box products, but we'll have to wait and see what those are.

1 year ago

Corp Travel Startup TripActions Raises Another $250 Million

Corp Travel Startup TripActions Raises Another $250 Million

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

TripActions now claims to be worth $4 billion after raising nearly half a billion dollars. Raising so much money in such a short time raises questions about competition in the space as it works to scale more quickly than its rivals.

1 year ago

TripActions Teams Up With United Airlines to Offer More Efficient Booking

TripActions Teams Up With United Airlines to Offer More Efficient Booking

Isaac Carey, Skift

Going forward TripActions hopes direct connections with airlines can give it a leg up on the competition. Encouraging its customers to use the functionality, though, could be tricky.

1 year ago

TripActions Adopts U.S. Airlines’ Next-Generation Storefront Effort

TripActions Adopts U.S. Airlines’ Next-Generation Storefront Effort

Sean O'Neill, Skift

American, Delta, and United have partnered with tech firm ATPCO and business travel startup TripActions to show how they want their fares displayed on websites other than their own. Expect others to follow this model.

2 years ago