Free Webinar: Managing the travel supply chain now means knowing the technology

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Webinar Date: Tuesday 11th April 2017 12.00pm (Noon)AEST

Over the past nineteen years, Tony O’Connor, the region’s most prominent independent travel supply chain consultant, has seen technology come to dominate the travel supply chain. While travel buyers have focussed a lot on online booking tools, his belief is that not enough attention has gone into the other 70% of the technology mix and most importantly, how it all fits together.

In this free webinar Tony will be addressing a number of crucial questions for travel category managers, such as:

  • What are the various systems?
  • Which ones are optional and which ones are not?
  • What do they do for you?
  • Do you need them?
  • What do they cost?
  • And how should you best handle each one in your travel procurement?

If you are responsible for the travel and expense category in your organisation then you should attend this webinar.

If you are attending BTTB 2017 on 2nd and 3rd May in Sydney, the region’s biggest and best business travel conference, this webinar will equip you with the knowledge you need to ask the most pertinent questions during the various panel discussions or when meeting potential suppliers in the trade show.

About the Presenter

Tony O’Connor is the Managing Director and founder of Butler Caroye, the region’s leading independent procurement consultancy specialising in the corporate travel supply chain.

Since 1998, Tony has managed and advised many of the largest TMC and airline tenders in the country across the public and private sectors. He’s been involved in over 120 travel procurement projects with over 80 clients, including many multi-nationals, government departments, universities and Australian blue-chips.

He’s built category specific tendering, assessment and analysis tools. And he’s known on both sides of the table for being very thorough and very fair.

Tony has been a regular speaker at conferences here and overseas for 15 years, and has had over 100 articles published. He is the Deputy Director of the Global Business Travel Association in Australia.

Prior to his adventures in travel procurement, Tony was a stockbroker and analyst specialising in the Japanese stock market. He has an Economics degree plus Japanese from Melbourne University.