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Deem Provides Targeted Ground Transportation Booking Options
Deem has launched a ground transportation technology platform, Ground Work, within its Work Fource platform to provide policy-relevant ride options for travel bookers. The platform uses traveler preferences and past behavior to target choices.
Two More Travel Agencies Will Resell Deem
Kintetsu International Express and Duluth Travel will resell Deem's business travel management solutions, which include Deem Work Fource travel booking and management tools, the Deem Ground Work transportation booking tool and Deem's integrated Intelligent Attach. Deem struck a similar deal with Adelman this month.
Adelman Will Resell Deem Work Fource
Adelman Travel Group will resell Deem's Work Fource corporate travel booking and management software as part of an expanded sales and marketing relationship between the two companies. Adelman was the first travel management company to deploy Deem's new Intelligent Attach feature, which provides travelers with hotel and car service recommendations based on personal preferences, behavior patterns and corporate policies. The expanded arrangement extends through 2020.
Trivago Makes a Tech Acquisition That Bolsters an Industry Trend
A lot of hotel-search sites aim to present users with search results tailored just for them, and now Trivago has acquired a small company that it hopes will get it closer to that goal. The Expedia-backed hotel searcher has acquired a small Hamburg-based company, Tripl.
Deem Sells Back-Office Ground Transportation Tech
Deem has sold its back office car service system Voyageur to ground transportation company GroundWidgets. GroundWidgets plans to move acquired Voyageur customers "seamlessly... to our flagship product, SantaCruz, or one of our other cloud-based operators," according to GroundWidgets CEO Apurva Patel.
certify acquires nutravel's online booking tool
Certify has acquired NuTravel's corporate online booking tool for an undisclosed amount, the expense management company confirmed. NuTravel will continue to operate its Airline Solutions business independently. The tech company builds and powers business-to-business booking portals for airlines like JetBlue and Air Canada.
Deem work fource integrates focuspoint international cap
Deem's Work Fource platform, which launched in April, has incorporated FocusPoint International's Crisis Assistance Plus to expand duty of care functions on a single platform for joint clients. CAP includes access to destination-based health, safety and security information; itinerary-based traveler tracking; on-demand access to travel security and medical specialists; and in-country assistance, including physical evacuations.
and the first ndc-certified tmc is...w travel
New York- based W Travel has staked its claim as the first corporate travel management company to achieve New Distribution Capability certification from the International Air Transport Association. W Travel earned its NDC stripes by working with American Airlines through a relationship facilitated by Frosch, of which W Travel is an affiliate.
BCD, CWT To Launch Mobile Air Booking As TMCs Evolve Role In Mobile Transactions
Carlson Wagonlit Travel plans to introduce full airline shopping and booking capabilities within its CWT To Go app later this year. BCD Travel, too, confirmed mobile "air booking in TripSource is in development."
Deem Competes for the coveted BTN Group Innovate award
Deem is scheduled to compete for the coveted BTN Group Innovate award this fall. Gadi Bashvitz and Tony D’Astolfo will be at the event, showcasing our newest Intelligent Attach solution to a group of discerning judges.
American Express Global Business Travel Makes Ground Transport Play With Mozio
Travel and expense tech provider Deem also has been working to improve ground transport booking options. In July it announced that Lyft is available through its system, as is Dav El BostonCoach and Empire CLS. That system now also matches a traveler’s trip details to the best ground transportation options, based on the traveler’s profile, location, time and any relevant corporate policies. “It also tracks changes in travel, such as a delayed flight to automatically update the ride reservation and keep users informed,” according to Deem information.
John Rizzo Interviewed at gbta on the exciting new features deem offers
Watch John Rizzo, COO of Deem, Interview live at GBTA Boston on Deem's new artificial intelligence driven technology, Intelligent Attach.
Deem Announces Expanded Partnerships With Dav El/BostonCoach and Empire CLS
Deem, a mobile and cloud technology provider for the business travel industry, announced expanded partnerships with Dav El/BostonCoach and EmpireCLS. The chauffeured ground transportation providers will integrate their offerings into Deem’s Work Fource, a travel software platform used by more than 35,000 corporations and travel management companies around the world.
Deem Launches Facebook Messanger Chatbot
Deem is building out its Work Fource platform with a Facebook Messenger chatbot and integrations with chauffeured transportation providers. Additionally, the company has added Lyft to its ground transportation offering and made Intelligent Attach live in Work Fource.
Deem on Stage at GBTA
Watch the video of Scott Solombrino President and CEO of Dav El | Boston Coach on stage at GBTA sharing the exciting news with the GBTA audience.
How AI and Machine Learning Can Help Fix Corporate Hotel Booking
Personalized recommendations powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies can improve the experience of business travelers at every stage of their travel journey. These features are especially advantageous in the hotel space, which is plagued by non-compliant bookings.
Deem Work Fource: Business Travel Software That Works
Deem, a mobile and cloud technology provider for the business travel industry, today announced general availability of its Deem Work Fource platform, a next-generation software suite that offers a much-needed alternative to the present corporate online booking tools used by many businesses.
Building Millennial Business Traveler Loyalty Through Better Mobile Experiences
Millennials have quickly become a consumer group that corporate travel companies can no longer ignore. They now make up the largest generation in the US workforce, according to Pew Research Center analysis of US Census Bureau data, and they’re reshaping overarching trends in the workplace.
Are Single Platform Travel and Expense Tools Always Best for Business Travelers?
In business travel, it’s become common practice to use a single corporate travel tool to book travel and process expenses. However, the needs and desires of today’s business traveler have evolved in recent years, especially as millennials have entered the workforce and have shifted expectations in what they need and want out of a business trip. The new demands of the modern business traveler means that a one-size-fits-all solution is no longer necessary, cost-effective, or productive for every traveler and every company.
How APIs Support Choice In T&E Platforms And Spend Strategy
Few areas of corporate spend see a more complex mix of spending strategy than in business travel and expense management. Whether it’s an employee booking a flight using a company card or spending their own money for reimbursement later, corporate travel spend typically consists of a mesh of payment technologies, and visibility into overall spend can get buried along the way.
Deem Launches API for Expense Management Systems
After revamping its travel booking platform, Deem has opened up its application programming interface to expense management firms. Chrome River is the first to connect through the Open Expense API, according to Deem president and COO John Rizzo.
Business Travel Technology Provider Deem Rolls Out New Work Fource Platform
Next generation software suite set to improve business travel experience for entire ecosystem
Deem, a provider of mobile and cloud technology solutions for the business travel industry, has introduced its Deem Work Fource platform, a next-generation software suite that provides optimized solutions for each of the four key constituencies in the business travel ecosystem.
Deem Is Taking On Concur & the Industry's Expense-First Mind-Set
If there's any doubt that Deem, as a way forward for its own corporate revival, is not-so-subtly targeting the industry's dependence on Concur, one need only look at Deem's announcement of its new software suite to confirm it. "Let's face it: We all concur that almost everyone finds the traditional corporate booking tools lacking in many ways," Deem president and COO John Rizzo says in the company's press release. See what he did there?
GoEuro gets three new VPA, Deem bolsters leadership team, and more
Tahnee Perry has left her role at Northstar Travel Group to become vice president of marketing at the travel tech provider. Other new senior roles include Todd Kaiser as VP and group leader of travel and expense, and Gadi Bashvitz as VP and group leader of car service.
The Extra Mile
Most of us have been there at one time or another. It's the end of one of those seemingly unending conference and all you really want now is to get on the airplane and head home.
deem's expense strategy
in April 2016, Grady stepped down and John Rizzo stepped in as president and COO, armed with $34 million in secured funding, a narrower strategy and a new squad. He spoke with BTN payment and expense editor JoAnn DeLuna.
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