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Booking.com gives data tools to hotels, KDS unifies platform, and more…

This is a roundup for product news and announcements for travel SYSTEMS in tourism and hospitality for July 2016.

Cyber security moves up the airline agenda as threats are no longer an if


Airlines are making cyber security a higher priority with 91% planning to invest in programs over the next three years.

Marriott direct booking drive has Millennial travellers at its heart

Marriott says its controversial marketing campaign to encourage travellers to book direct is based on more than just trying to bypass intermediaries.

What CMOs need to hear about chatbots

They promise a convenient, one-to-one conversation with customers, but what are the considerations for CMOs thinking of investing in a bot for their brand?

Momondo’s DNA journey video goes viral

European metasearch site Momondo’s “DNA Journey” has racked up 120 million views across all channels in a month, staking a claim to be one of the most viral travel marketing  initiatives so far.

Hotels.com For Partners goes live, Fiji Airways brands with Travelport, and more…

This is a roundup for product news and announcements for travel DISTRIBUTION in tourism and hospitality for July 2016.

Tours tech company Zerve may swerve toward a shutdown


Zerve, a New York-based seller of cloud-based platform that lets merchants sell tickets for tours, activities and events, has said it will likely close soon.

Tnooz-WEX FREE webinar: Using payments tech and data to move from gatekeeper to consultant


With global business travel steadily on the rise, travel is becoming the second biggest expense for many businesses, just behind people costs.

Sabre CEO shares his global view of travel B2B trends

Tom Klein has been working in the travel industry for more than half of his life, and will continue doing it as Sabre’s CEO for the rest of this year, when he will step down.

How Booking.com dominates hotel bookings in two simple charts


The industry knows (and many get irritated by the fact) that Booking.com is the online travel giant of the age.

The personal information business travellers might trade for a better experience


Opinion continues to be divided about whether travellers are happy to share personal data if it improves the travel experience.

Trip4Real expands to seven countries, TravelClick has a Media Suite, and more…

This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel SYSTEMS in tourism and hospitality for June 2016.

Festicket raises $6.3 million for fan and brand building

Festicket, an online platform offering music festival packages, has received $6.3m in funding in a round led by Lepe Partners.

Kayak debuts an ambitious Facebook Messenger bot

In the past five weeks, online travel companies have been rolling out their bots for Facebook ssenssenger.

What’s the deal with travel industry payments? [VIDEO]

Many travel companies view payments simply as a necessary evil. But with travel companies paying up to 3%  more than necessary on transactions, taking the time to understand what the cost of payments are made up of can unveil a huge opportunity for savings – if you know where to look.

Tnooz-WEX FREE webinar: Using payments tech and data to move from gatekeeper to consultant


With global business travel steadily on the rise, travel is becoming the second biggest expense for many businesses, just behind people costs.

Navitaire gains NDC accreditation, Airbnb hosts Avantio, and more…

This is a roundup for product news and announcements for travel DISTRIBUTION in tourism and hospitality for June 2016.

Google: time for the travel industry to see through its do-no-evil mantra

I believe that Google poses the biggest long-term threat to the profitability and growth of airlines, hoteliers and travel intermediaries that they have ever seen.

Uber China morphs into end-to-end travel app

Uber China has launched a new initiative, “Uber + Travel”, which increases the number of travel options its Chinese customers can access, domestically and overseas.

what3words charts new territory with $8.5 million in funding

what3words, a platform that replaces traditional addresses with three words, has received $8.5m in funding in a round led by logistics specialist Aramex.


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