Data has never been more abundant — or more important. See how ARC is building a culture around data and analtyics through an engaged, empowered community of practice.Find Out How
Business travel has long been managed by focusing on cost savings. This study challenges the wisdom of that approach. Instead, senior managment should prioritize trip success rates and road warrior rentention.Find Out How
New Distribution Capability (NDC) transactions are now live
through ARC. Whether your organization is NDC-ready or
in the early stages of considering changes in distribution
strategy, ARC can help you navigate this shifting landscape.
In collaboration with Expedia Group, ARC has released its fifth annual comprehensive study of worldwide air travel trends.
How could blockchain impact travel? This presentation explores how various facets of blockchain technology can accelerate growth in the air travel industry.
We are excited to announce that, in December 2018, ARC successfully began settling NDC-based ticket sales and refunds leveraging its enhanced settlement platform.
The successful proof of concept examined the viability of using blockchain technology for reporting and settlement.
In this column, Oliver emphasizes that transformation isn’t exclusive to technology — it permeates the entire organization.
How can you build a reliable, comprehensive blueprint for a future you can’t fully see? Here are a few keys to managing product design in a changing environment.
In this article published on CIO.com, Dickie Oliver, ARC’s vice president and chief information officer, shares how ARC is transforming its enterprise data warehouse.
A crisis communications plan is not only a blueprint for communicating with the media, but also with your customers.
Technology, service, content, data and automation are all key areas of focus for travel management companies (TMCs). But how are TMCs prioritizing their investments in each of those areas?