Travel Itinerary Management Technology Blog

How Will Technology Shape Travel Management in the Future?

Posted on January 31, 2016 by Mike Atherton

Wearables as the norm, self-driving vehicles, smart machines, seamless automatically translated meetings, and biochips; the future of business travel management is a fascinating place.

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Topics: Duty of Care, Risk Management

How to Minimise and Manage Risk During the Olympics

Posted on January 27, 2016 by Mike Atherton

If you have travellers lucky enough to be attending Rio 2016, there are a number of risk factors you should be aware of to ensure your travellers can enjoy the Games in comfort and good health.

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Topics: Risk Management

5 Top Tips for Personalised Itinerary Documents

Posted on January 26, 2016 by Mike Atherton

While mobile is now crucial, traditional email and online itinerary documents are still a key part of the travel manager and traveller dialogue, and there is much to be gained from creating an exceptional, personalised experience.

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Topics: Document Delivery

Visit Us at the 2016 Business Travel Show

Posted on January 12, 2016 by Mike Atherton

We’re pleased to announce that Mantic Point will be at this year’s Business Travel Show at the Olympia Grand in London 24-25 February 2016.

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Topics: News

5 Travel Itinerary Nightmares and How to Manage Them

Posted on December 23, 2015 by Mike Atherton

Managing travel itineraries is a complex and occasionally nerve-wracking undertaking, but in the event of an incident, you need strategies for travel risk management that support your business travellers effectively. We recently covered an in-depth scenario demonstrating the ways in which travel itinerary management can alleviate travel risk. However, there are many other ways in which a travel itinerary can be impacted, causing nightmares for travel managers, risk managers and travellers alike.

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Topics: Duty of Care, Mobile, Traveller Tracking, Communication Strategy

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