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Traveler Technology Survey 2012

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US $995 €720

Until recently, travel companies' online strategies could be comfortably confined to the desktop web. However, the explosion in consumer electronics, mobile technology and social media have transformed the online experience, making it extremely challenging to address the market with a single, mainstream strategy. Mobile devices, tablets and still-evolving social platforms have changed the way travelers connect, plan and share their experiences. PhoCusWright's Traveler Technology Survey 2012 provides travel companies and marketers a comprehensive view of how the latest devices, mobile functionality and social networks are shaping the consumer travel planning process.
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Report | Published: December 2012
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The Siri Effect: What it Means to Travel Shopping

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US $450 €326

The debut of Siri, Apple's intelligent personal assistant, was initially greeted with enthusiastic reviews. Since then, however, reviews have been decidedly mixed. In the meantime, interest in speech-enabled artificial intelligence has skyrocketed, and developers are now racing to bring new and improved applications to the marketplace. This Analysis considers the strengths and weaknesses of some of the latest speech-enabled intelligent personal assistants, and outlines how these tools should fit into travel companies' mobile strategies.
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Analysis | Published: December 2012
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U.S. Online Travel Traffic Report

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US $995 €720

As travelers hop from site to site cobbling together their perfect trips, their mouse clicks yield important clues to the shifting dynamics of the online travel marketplace. PhoCusWright partnered with New York-based Experian Hitwise to identify key trends influencing how consumers plan travel online. PhoCusWright's U.S. Online Travel Traffic Report analyzes the most important categories in the travel vertical, revealing traffic patterns for both transactional and nontransactional travel websites and providing a top-level view of visitation and both upstream and downstream traffic.
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Report | Published: December 2012
Free For: Global Subscribers

U.S. Online Travel Overview Twelfth Edition: Online Travel Agencies

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US $746 €540

As once-youthful online travel agency brands become well-known household names, OTAs' share of the total travel market remains steady and growth settles into a modest pace. OTAs' focus on selling hotel rooms - now more profitable than flights - will continue to intensify, especially as consumers demand mobile apps to accommodate their increasing affinity for booking last-minute stays.
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Report | Published: November 2012
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U.S. Online Travel Overview Twelfth Edition: Airlines

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US $746 €540

U.S. airlines achieved another year of impressive gains in 2012, despite less-than-ideal market conditions, and online air bookings grew faster than the total market for the first time in two years. Although airlines face fare increases, flat leisure demand and tight capacity, revenue will still rise in the coming years. Growth, however, will slow.
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Report | Published: November 2012
Free For: Global Subscribers

U.S. Online Travel Overview Twelfth Edition: Hotels and Lodging

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US $746 €540

Defying the global economic downturn, U.S. hotels far outperformed the overall travel market in 2012 - and thanks to rising demand and flat supply, growth is expected to continue in the next several years. Mobile bookings are also on the rise - however slowly - and hotels are spending a great deal of time and energy figuring out how to lessen their dependence on online travel agencies.
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Report | Published: November 2012
Free For: Global Subscribers

U.S. Online Travel Overview Twelfth Edition

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US $1,872 €1354

While the economy - and the travel industry - didn't improve as much in 2012 as everyone hoped, U.S. travelers remain resilient. PhoCusWright's U.S. Online Travel Overview Twelfth Edition hashes out the impact of the current economic uncertainty on the industry and delves into the dynamics of the industry's near future. In addition to market sizing and growth forecasts by travel segment and distribution channel - including mobile - the report tracks the technology trends that will shape the industry through 2014.
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Report | Published: November 2012
Free For: Global Subscribers

Industry Update Summary August 2012

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US $250 €181

The stats for August were fine. Hotel occupancy was up strongly, after posting a nothing-to-brag-about increase of less than 1 percentage point in July. ADRs rose, RevPAR was up and airplanes continued to run more than 85% full. So far, so good. Then Spain's budget came out, rioters hit the streets, and we were all reminded that the macro cloud hanging over businesses of all kind hasn't gone anywhere. Priceline shares, always sensitive to Europe, shed more than 1%. Other travel shares also gave up gains from earlier in the month.
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TravelStats | Published: October 2012
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Online Travel Agencies 2Q and 1H12: International Markets Thrown a Curveball

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The second quarter of 2012 was challenging for U.S. public online travel agencies (OTAs) – Expedia, Orbitz and Priceline. While domestic business was resilient for most, relatively weak travel demand in Europe meant that growth from overseas operations was muted across the board.
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Data Point | Published: October 2012
Free For: European, Global, and Asia Pacific Subscribers

Travel: Google the Elephant in the Room!

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Google's purchase of ITA Software prompted many to consider and speculate about the company's plans to enter (and possibly disrupt) the travel distribution landscape. In addition to ITA Software, Google possesses a range of other tools and capabilities it could potentially use to establish itself along various points of the travel value chain. This Spotlight examines Google's possible intentions with respect to travel, and explores the tools at its disposal for building a complete travel system.
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Spotlight | Published: October 2012
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