Customers include 80 percent of the Fortune 100, thousands of small and medium businesses, and more than 100,000 hotels around the world.
For more information visit connect with us on Twitter @Lanyon. Collectively, GBTA's 7,000-plus members manage more than 5 billion of global business travel and meetings expenditures annually.
The Company is a leader in cloud software for managing corporate meetings, events, and travel programs that simplifies meeting and event planners jobs, while helping hotels better connect with corporate clients.
Lanyon’s unmatched software — and the data it provides — helps thousands of organizations and hotels around the world to better engage their customers, reduce costs and grow revenue.
Local implementation managers in each country drove each phase forward, supported by full coordination and oversight from the global and regional implementation leads.
GBTA Research Manager Kate Vasiloff, Lanyon Vice President of Industry Strategy Kevin Iwamoto and Sr.
Manager, Global Travel Operations for Amgen Craig Banikowski will delve into greater detail on the study’s findings in an education session at 10am on Monday, July 27, as part of GBTA Convention 2015 in Orlando.
At Lanyon, we are committed to sharing our best practices in order to knock down the barriers and help more companies in their journey to consolidation.” Methodology This study is based on an online survey of Travel Buyers or Travel Intermediaries with 120 respondents based in North America and 95 respondents based in Europe.
The North American survey was fielded via email to GBTA members and non-members from May 5 – 15, 2015, and the Europe survey was fielded via an email sent by GBTA affiliates to their GBTA members from May 5 – 18, 2015.
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The study, Meetings, Events, and Travel Programs: Consolidation Drivers and Barriers, is available exclusively to GBTA members by clicking here and non-members may purchase the report through the GBTA Foundation by emailing [email protected]