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Direct Travel delivers customized travel services to clients and drives savings to their bottom line.

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Survey Results Show Member Savings with Direct Travel

December 8, 2022 / by Direct Travel posted in Group Purchasing Organization, Travel Management, Infographic, Supply Chain Management, Procurement, gpo

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Between the drastic increase in travel demand and airfare prices, there are many obstacles that prevent corporate travel programs from thriving, much less meet their bottom line.

Direct Travel, a travel management supplier of OMNIA Partners, provides personalized service solutions for corporate travel programs. Their portfolio of technology and service solutions give companies the tools they need to support their travelers. Members of OMNIA Partners have experienced substantial time and money savings by utilizing Direct Travel.

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Procurement Strategies You Can Apply to Travel

October 29, 2018 / by Direct Travel posted in Group Purchasing Organization, Travel Management, Supply Chain Management, Procurement, Business Products & Solutions, gpo

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Originally posted by Direct Travel on the DT Navigator blog.

Every year, GBTA Convention is a great place to learn, network and find new ways to gain more clarity in your travel management program. Now that the largest annual gathering of business travel professionals in the world has come to a close, we want to share with you our notes from an insightful education session by our partner – OMNIA Partners.

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The Millennial Shift In Business Travel

May 29, 2018 / by Direct Travel posted in Group Purchasing Organization, Travel Management, Supply Chain Management, Procurement, Business Products & Solutions, gpo

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Millennials are the next generation to shape the future of procurement, travel management and business. Defined as people born between 1982 and 2000, millennials represent more than one quarter of the nation’s population, making them the largest generation in US history. By 2020, over half of the workforce will be made up of millennials, and their different mindset, habits and preferences can have an impact on your company’s bottom line.

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