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Travel and entertainment software creator Concur is one step closer to merging with SAP following shareholder approval.
SaaS online travel and expense management software developer announces it will list on the New Zealand Stock Exchange.
The education software provider's CEO is still waiting for a device that can help him write a business plan on the go.
The enterprise social networking software company's director of business development for Asia-Pacific shares his travel tech wisdom.
Six sectors including food and beverage, travel and real estate will benefit from the 13 software-as-a-service proposals approved by local ICT regulator IDA.
Planet Travel is an independent travel agency, online travel company and is 100% New Zealand owned and operated; offering a wide range...
The software company's general manager shares his travel experiences and what tech he usually brings with him.
The enterprise mobility software vendor's director for Asia-Pacific shares his travel experiences.
As a travel agent, you have so many good trips arrangements with different time, area, customers and prices, you may busy on the phone...
The ERP software vendor’s managing director has a few travel tips and experiences to share.
The business-website software company's founder gives some travel tech advice.
The latest edition of Concur Small Business (formerly Breeze) includes better integration with mobile expense management tasks.
Geoff Masters' role as vice president of APAC sales for Numara Software requires him to create new channel partner and customer programs across the region so he clocks up a lot of frequent flyer miles.
Honeywell is developing software that could help pilots with low-visibility landings.
Adrian Briscoe is Kroll Ontrack's general manager for the APAC region. He oversees the Ontrack Data Recovery services and software for the company's offices in Singapore, Australia and Hong Kong, which entails frequent travel around the region and to the company offices in the US and Europe.
Qantas' head of loyalty IT, David Glover, said that integrating Optus into the Frequent Flyer program would be more challenging for the telco than it would for the airline in terms of IT.
Will Google's new flight data toy, ITA Software, not destroy the competition because of the DOJ's restrictions? There will definitely be travel site casualties, but consumers should benefit all around.
The Department of Justice approved Google's purchase of travel data provider ITA Software with conditions. Specifically, the DOJ will require Google to develop and license travel software, firewall data and continue to develop ITA products.
Microsoft has joined a coalition consisting primarily of travel sites that is lobbying to block Google's pending acquisition of ITA Software.
Google's spat with online travel companies over the announced acquisition of ITA Software reflects its new reality. Google's girth means that any acquisition over $500 million or so is going to face intense scrutiny.
The iPad is quickly becoming my go to travel device and with better and better Office document applications appearing it becomes even more useful. Quickoffice just released their completely redesigned software that includes elements taking advantage of the size and UI of the iPad.
Travelers want to use mobile phones to access more travel services including flight check-in and seat change, survey finds.
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