Related News

Special Reports

Ready to Chip In

The rules have changed in favor of EMV cards. But your travelers may hardly notice

Expected Connections

Over a third of the world’s population, about 2.7 billion people, have ready access to the Internet these days, and the numbers are ballooning exponentially

Mining the Dining Spend

When it comes to managing on-the-road expenses, there are small fortunes to be found in following the food

October Surprise

Chip-and-PIN is coming to the US card market, but the transition is likely to be neither swift nor smooth

The Payments Imperative

Whether it’s because the economy is beginning to revive or because they are getting comfortable with their own versions of “the new normal,” companies appear to be ready to refine the way they pay their bills.

Change Of Course

As a consultant I prepared a job description (see The Job: What It Was) some years ago that I felt reflected both functions and corporate priorities. Surely, some travel managers will be reacting to this lengthy job description by saying: “You’ve got to be kidding!” 

Insiders Observations 05-09

The evolution of travel inventory distribution and payment from systems originally owned by the airlines: "Today, the GDSs and the settlement process are, for the most part, 

Molding Compliance

In keeping with its inherent flexibility, credit card companies are offering corporations new solutions for their meeting planners.

Special Reports

Ready to Chip In

The rules have changed in favor of EMV cards. But your travelers may hardly notice

Expected Connections

Over a third of the world’s population, about 2.7 billion people, have ready access to the Internet these days, and the numbers are ballooning exponentially

Mining the Dining Spend

When it comes to managing on-the-road expenses, there are small fortunes to be found in following the food

October Surprise

Chip-and-PIN is coming to the US card market, but the transition is likely to be neither swift nor smooth

The Payments Imperative

Whether it’s because the economy is beginning to revive or because they are getting comfortable with their own versions of “the new normal,” companies appear to be ready to refine the way they pay their bills.

Change Of Course

As a consultant I prepared a job description (see The Job: What It Was) some years ago that I felt reflected both functions and corporate priorities. Surely, some travel managers will be reacting to this lengthy job description by saying: “You’ve got to be kidding!” 

Insiders Observations 05-09

The evolution of travel inventory distribution and payment from systems originally owned by the airlines: "Today, the GDSs and the settlement process are, for the most part, 

Molding Compliance

In keeping with its inherent flexibility, credit card companies are offering corporations new solutions for their meeting planners.

Advanced Search

My Image
Thank you! Your submission was successfully sent :-)×
Opps! Some went wrong... Your submission did not go through :-(×

Publishing Office:

Three Silver Star Court
Unit 1
Vernon, NJ 07462
973-839-6200
JAllison@askbte.com

Editorial Office:

5768 Remington Drive
Winston-Salem, NC 27104
336-766-1961
DBooth@askbte.com

Subscription Services:

P.O. Box 542
Pompton Plains, NJ 07444
973-839-0620
subscriptions@askbte.com

Business Traveler Executive Logo Blue