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Pioneering growth and profitability trends in the travel sector
"In 2009, executives expect to make fewer, shorter and cheaper trips, and switch from luxury extras in favour of basic efficiency and good service..."
"Amadeus and travel research authority PhoCusWright have unveiled a report that has for the first time shed light on corporate travel in the world's fastest growing economy..."
"The latest study from Amadeus reveals exactly where CFOs want travel managers to focus their cost-control energies..."
"As mobile technology evolves, travel programmes will take advantage of new functionalities for improved communication and enhanced trip experience..."
"As more and more companies implement travel technology, corporate travel managers are searching for ways to integrate this into other processes, such as the corporate intranet, HR database, and expense management..."
"As a global leader in the development of corporate travel management solutions, we felt the time was right to step back from the day-to-day and carry out a proper analysis of self-booking tools (SBTs)..."
"This global report for the first time brings together the major trends in consumer behaviour, geo-economics, politics and technology, to understand what could be the most dominant and interesting groups of travellers in the next 10-15 years..."
"Global travel programmes are clearly coming into their own. Suppliers are stepping up to the plate, with air, hotel, card, car-rental, TMC and expense management providers developing their capabilities to meet corporations’ global travel needs..."
"For most multinational corporations, travel management has become an efficient business process. In large part, that efficiency has been gained by the adoption of a variety of travel technology tools that address various aspects of the travel procurement process..."
"Travel has the potential to become one of the biggest, if not the biggest, self-service market in the world. The World Travel and Tourism Council estimates that the sector will generate US$6.3 trillion of economic activity worldwide every year..."
"The automotive industry has long been a pioneer in Supply-Chain Management and none more so than Daimler..."