Three-quarters of travel buyers survey their travelers about program satisfaction, but new research from GBTA and ARC reveals opportunities to track even more meaningful, traveler-centric metrics.Learn More
With more than 3.3 billion loyalty program memberships in the U.S., fraudsters are getting increasingly creative with new schemes that target airline miles and loyalty points.See the Impact
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.
ARC is investing in the expansion of travel agency payment processing. Travel Agency Service Fee (TASF) and Agent’s Choice are now part of a single platform: ARC Pay.
Don’t let fraud endanger your business. Combat fraud with ARC’s free fraud awareness webinars throughout the month of September.
New research from GBTA and ARC reveals opportunities for corporations to track more meaningful, traveler-centric metrics.
Airline loyalty programs first appeared in the early 1980s, with American Airlines pioneering the idea of offering rewards to their frequent travelers.
Card-not-present (CNP) fraud continues to be one of the greatest payment challenges facing travel agencies.