From all of us at ARC to our customers, industry partners and travelers, thank you for an outstanding 2019. Here's a month-by-month look at a few of this year's milestones.See 2019 Highlights
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From all of us at ARC to our customers, industry partners and travelers, thank
you for an outstanding 2019. We look forward to working alongside you in 2020 to build our industry’s future together.
“ARC’s President and CEO, Mike Premo, announced last week that he will retire from ARC on December 31, 2020. ARC’s EVP and COO, Lauri Reishus, will be his successor.”
On November 19, ARC announced that it had taken an equity position in Traxo, a company that helps corporate travel managers more effectively manage travelers’ direct bookings.
There are many elements to consider when starting a travel agency — but one of the most important is ARC accreditation. Before applying to become an ARC-accredited agency, here are four things new agents should know.
View highlights and webinar recordings from ARC's second annual Fraud Awareness Month. Speakers provided tips and best practices for combating fraud and chargebacks.
ARC is proud to announce an important new release of Agency BI. This version centers on the move to a cloud-based platform that delivers more data faster than ever before, and it comes with important new functionality.
To help agencies recognize, prevent and combat fraud, ARC has released ARC Risk Check, a cloud-based tool designed to help small to midsize travel agencies.
ARC is proud to partner with Southwest Airlines to expand its corporate travel distribution strategy.
Earlier this summer, ARC and Sabre announced the signing of a forward-looking cooperative agreement to ensure travel agencies can easily align with future airline distribution strategies.