FAST FORWARD: Payment and expense have been transformed since BBT launched. Our experts foresee more revolutionary changes coming up

September 2019
Buying Business Travel;Sep/Oct2019, Issue 100, p96
Trade Publication
The article presents views of several executives including Simon Barker of Conferma Pay, on changes in the buisiness travel landscape. It discusses expected decrease in the business travel; impact of travel on the environment; and business travellers jumping on carbon-intensive flights. It mentions that biometric payment via digital currencies will become standard; and leveraging trade organisations and own purchasing power to force suppliers to update their point-of-sale software.


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