There may be countless travel services and products vying for market share but there is still plenty of room for innovation. So after the success of last year's innovation showcase, EyeforTravel has assembled five of the industrys most promising young guns to reveal how they plan to disrupt and dethrone the online travel ecosystem in the coming year.
Lanyon is pleased to announce the award of a significant number of new and expanded customer contracts. Since the beginning of 2012, Lanyon has been selected by 23 additional hotel brands to support their corporate RFP management process. The new customers are geographically diverse and headquartered in various locations including; Belgium, Germany, Hungary, India, Singapore, South Africa, Thailand, United Kingdom, UAE and USA.
Lanyon today announced a new way for hotel buyers and suppliers to connect to the $76B* leisure hotel market. Lanyon and Employee Travel Specials (ETS) have partnered to provide exclusive private access and unique deals to Lanyons growing list of leading corporate customers.
Back in 2009, Ian McCaig (then the CEO of Lastminute.com) was quoted as saying, 'the best marketing channel for us at the moment is in analytics.' At the time, that statement was rather bold. But now, in 2012, how perfectly this rings true with more and more businesses allocating time and spend to data and analytics strategies.
New report authored by leading expert Professor Jim Norton explores the advantages and challenges when moving from closed to open systems - Report highlights evolution of open source software and how it is being used by the worlds largest transaction processors from stock exchanges to travel IT