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NDC insights & impact: What you need to know now

NDC insights & impact: What you need to know now IATA launched the NDC program in 2012. NDC Standard is an XML-based data transmission standard. It aims to transition from the current flight distribution model to an airline retailing distribution model. Now, airlines are leveraging NDC to gain more direct control over distribution. NDC adoption…

Break the hotel sourcing cycle

Break the hotel sourcing cycle When it comes to hotel program management, one audit a year just isn’t enough. Why? The procurement world changes rapidly, influenced by empowered travelers, big data, fast-moving technology and fragmented content. The speed of sourcing for hotel programs has to match the pace of the marketplace. In this 60-minute webinar,…

Dynamic Performance Management: The missing and most valuable piece in Hotel Sourcing

Dynamic Performance Management: The missing and most valuable piece in Hotel Sourcing The hotel marketplace is changing with the latest technologies and innovations. Is your hotel program doing the same? In this one-hour webinar, an Advito expert will discuss how Dynamic Performance Management identifies: Key insights and decisions to guide program action Leverage points when…

A financial services firm reinforced its travel policies by engaging employees through social communities

A U.S.-based financial services organization’s communication of the most important aspects of its travel program became stale and did not keep pace with the technological capabilities or changing workforce, causing policy compliance to drop. Advito helped reinforce their travel policies by engaging employees through social enterprise tools and other marketing vehicles. Fill out the form…

Nestlé yields 10% intercontinental air program savings

Nestlé yields 10% intercontinental air program savings Nestlé had an abundance of data about its global air travel program, which serves about 70,000 traveling employees worldwide. The problem was that the data was compiled into quarterly reports, and was dated before the company’s travel program leader, Marc Zuber, ever saw it. And when he did…