Posts Tagged “global”

AirPlus International Spreads Its Wings to New Zealand & Celebrates 10 years in Australia

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AirPlus International Spreads Its Wings to New Zealand & Celebrates 10 years in Australia

    AirPlus International is now expanding its travel payment business to customers in New Zealand. The international provider of payments solutions for the day-to-day management of business travel has just commenced the pilot phase and is currently enrolling customers onto its platform.   New Zealand based companies will now benefit from a fully automated…

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No more hassle paying for ancillary services at the airport

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No more hassle paying for ancillary services at the airport

  Amadeus and Ingenico have launched Amadeus Airport Pay, which can be used by multiple airlines and ground handlers and multiple banks in any airport across the world, independently of the check-in infrastructure. Lufthansa Group will roll out the payment solution in over 170 airports worldwide starting in June 2017.   In today’s hyper-connected world,…

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Business Travellers Anticipating Mobile As The Future Of Travel Payments

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Business Travellers Anticipating Mobile As The Future Of Travel Payments

Author: PASA Business travellers in the Asia Pacific are using mobile payments more than the rest of the globe, however travel managers are still relying on traditional payment methods, the 2017 International Management Study (ITMS) released by AirPlus International has revealed.   AirPlus International has published the second part of the study which reveals that…

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New BCD Travel Analysis: Failure To Use Effective Audit Practices Costing Millions

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New BCD Travel Analysis: Failure To Use Effective Audit Practices Costing Millions

  A multi-level analysis by BCD Travel of hotel rate auditing programs reveals that combined, mid- to large-sized companies overspend on hotel room nights by hundreds of millions of dollars.   Without performing standard rate audits, a company overspends by $122,500 for every $5 million it spends on hotels. Using both standard rate auditing and…

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