Machine learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) have been hot topics recently in both our personal and professional lives, and business travel is no exception. They’re assuming a critical role in enhancing business intelligence initiatives, enabling data-driven decision making, and crafting unparalleled experiences for business travellers.
Check out our new white paper, “Reinventing the business travel experience with data and AI” to get in-depth insights about:
- The historical role of data science in business travel: Understand how big data has been used in the past, and what data analytics can do for us today.
- The evolving state of data collection and data management in travel and the corporate world: A new generation of AI-fuelled chatbots, AI-enhanced analytics, and comprehensive customer behaviour analyses are altering the landscape.
- Diverse dimensions of data insights: Not all insights are created equal. The question is, is the data programme capturing the right data and extracting and acting on the most relevant metrics and insights?
- Defining data personalisation boundaries: Data personalisation offers tailored and predictive experiences, yet it can teeter on the edge of intrusiveness. The key to success lies in cultivating experiences that cater to travellers without breaching their trust.
- Driving a new work era through data: Learn about ongoing advancements where AI and ML elevate services for hybrid workforces, streamline costs behind the scenes, and optimise processes with unprecedented efficiency.
Leading with data-driven insights creates opportunities to educate key stakeholders in near real-time, make better decisions, and prioritise customer satisfaction—for both established and new customers. All of this can lead to better business decisions going forward. Make sure you understand the history and have an eye on the future of data science when you download this new white paper today.
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75% of companies have already integrated AI into their business strategies, according to Accenture.