CWT Exceeds 2020 Messaging Program Goals
CWT today announced it has reached a milestone in its messaging solution service, with over 750 corporations in more than 110 countries now actively using the service.
CWT launches Intelligent Display – an intuitive new hotel search by RoomIt
CWT, the Business-to-Business-for-Employees (B2B4E) travel management platform, today announces the global roll-out of Intelligent Display, a powerful new addition to the hotel platform of RoomIt, its global hotel distribution division.
CWT granted accommodation patent by the United States Patent and Trademark Office
CWT, the Business-to-Business-for-Employees (B2B4E) travel management platform, has been granted a patent by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USTPO), in order to better refine and align accommodation options to business trip parameters.
Laptop of Luxury: Why we all need to play a part in closing the digital divide
“I do not fear computers,” said the writer Isaac Asimov in the early 1980s, “I fear the lack of them.” Asimov predicted that education would be forever changed by technology, and it would be an integral part of teaching and learning. He was right.
Why the digital workforce needs more women
We have experienced one paradigm shift in recent months. Has it kick-started a chain reaction and highlighted the need for another? Christel Cao-Delebarre, CWT's Global Privacy Officer, reflects on why gender balance in technology is more important than ever.
The Turing Test
Whether it’s inflight internet access or the ability to check-in from your mobile phone, technology is changing the shape of travel - and aviation is at the center of much of the innovation.
CWT launches web-based flight bookings on myCWT
CWT has introduced web-based flight booking capabilities to its global B2B4E travel management platform, myCWT. In addition to using their company’s chosen online booking provider, traveling employees can now book flights and hotels through any of CWT’s servicing and booking channels, including web, mobile, email, telephone and messaging for their corporate travel.
‘We don’t talk anymore, like we used to do’ - 4 reasons why messaging is such a popular way of communication
Technology is changing our life - from how we work to how we shop. It is even defining the way we interact with each other and build our personal relationships. Take Charlie Puth and Selena Gomez as an example. It seems they don’t talk anymore, like they used to do. Is it maybe because now they message each other? Jokes aside, messaging is becoming a popular way of communication nowadays.
CWT Partners with Local Charity, Project SYNCERE, at GBTA Chicago
Minneapolis, 2 August 2019: CWT, the B2B4E travel management platform, has chosen Project SYNCERE, a local youth charity in Chicago, as its GBTA Convention philanthropic partner this year.
CWT is hosting a competition on August 6, at Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry, with a select number of Project SYNCERE students, who will create fun, interactive stations reflecting innovation in the
Always Alert –The importance of having the right information at your fingertips
If you are a certain age you might find the sight of commuters with their noses glued to their phones on the metro every morning, of people walking in the street like pinballs or, your kids treating their smartphones like a precious limb, annoying. Like it or not, mobile technology has changed our lives immensely, but when it comes to travel, I believe it’s for the best.
Let's Chatbot: Can AI revolutionize your travel program?
Artificial intelligence — and its growing list of uses — continues to improve life for consumers. Those same advances are also making life easier for corporate travel management programs, travel managers and travelers.
With AI applications such as machine learning, chatbot programs and natural language processing, travel management companies (TMCs) have an opportunity to rapidly advance the cor