Posts in the category "Corporate Travel"


Lufthansa City Center and PASS Present New Corporate Travel System

At the PASS Travel Talk Event in Frankfurt, Germany, on May 3rd, 2011, together with its partner Corporate Travel Partners GmbH, a subsidiary company of the Lufthansa City Center Giller Reisen GmbH in Munich (Germany), PASS introduced VICTOR (Virtual Corporate Travel Organizer), the new corporate travel system that was developed on the basis of the PASS Travel Framework.

VICTOR is a modern system for corporate travel booking and the overall management of all related processes. Continue reading 


Work & Play: The Apple iPad For Travel?

While on the road corporate travelers need to be able to access email, keep up with news and do research on the web, update and maintain websites and upload content to various platforms such as Flickr and Facebook. At first sight, the iPad appears to be the ideal on-the-go device for work and play.

Supposed to be an in-between solution of notebook and smart phone, the iPad could free travelers from the need to haul books, magazines and newspapers on their trips. But it is far more than an eBook reader. There are several reasons travelers might like to carry this lightweight electronic equipment while they are on the road and experts look at the iPad as the next big thing for mobile computing.
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PASS Consulting Broadens Relationship with BCD Travel

PASS Consulting and BCD Travel, the world’s third-largest travel management company, today announced a broadened relationship that expands BCD Travel’s capability to offer speech-recognition services, route calls to agents with specialized skills and offer other services that lower costs and boost efficiency for corporate travel programs.

Under the multiyear renewal agreement, BCD Travel is using the PASS XX/1 Multi-GDS Hub as a supplier gateway for its transactional platform, called the Source Platform.

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TMCs Recent Developments and Future Directions

What do business travelers – the backbone of corporations – really need from their TMCs? What if the cost is almost down to nothing? Where does trend end – when we have to bring our own seat along with our own headset? What about innovation?

It seems like TMCs have been judged whether they own processes such as booking or fulfillment capabilities, people, facilities, global operations, etc. With new technology however everything mentioned before – even people – is exchangeable. Continue reading