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You trust us to provide you with the right information at the right time during your trip. That’s why TripCase is designed to understand your travel needs, providing helpful information the moment you need it.
For instance, when your flight lands, TripCase knows the next item on your itinerary, which is normally your hotel. That’s why we show your […]
Like you, we’re always thinking about the travel experience. Sometimes, we’re working on a way to make it better, while other times, we’re questioning a specific travel experience, pondering exactly why it works the way it does. We have these discussions often in the TripCase office, but we’d like to invite you to join in, […]
A few months ago I shared my thoughts on “Why Managers Should Continue To Code”. I had ended that with a statement asking you to take action, but did not outline any strategies for you to follow. In this article, I will share some of my strategies with you, and also give you a recent example […]
It’s a Wonderful Life, A Christmas Story, White Christmas, Elf, Home Alone, Miracle on 34th Street and the list goes on and on. What do all of these movies have in common (besides that they are about the holidays)? They all take place in an icy, snowy, or cold climate! Snowflakes, hot cocoa, snowmen, and […]
At TripCase we aim to provide our travelers with an exclusive experience – we give you knowledge about your flights fast, so you’re a step ahead other travelers. And it looks like American Airlines is hoping to bring that feeling of exclusivity to their top travelers, too. In a world of private planes and personal […]
If you are a manager in a software development company, there is a good chance that you are not coding anymore. A typical organization does not expect managers to be writing code and contributing to products that are released. This usually results in managers stepping away from coding and the details that go along with it.
But is this how it should be? Let me tell you my story. […]
Recently, major airlines including American, Delta, and United have adopted new maximum dimensions for their carry-on baggage allowances. The industry standard used to be 22in x 15in x 9in, but those have recently shrunk, according to George Hobica, founder of Airfarewatchdog.
I am reluctantly writing this blog from Starbucks because all the homegrown coffee shops I generally prefer to work from: Mudsmith, Ascension, or Drip Coffee are all closed for Memorial Day. Whether I’m at home or traveling, I prefer homegrown establishments not only because I feel like I’m supporting the local economy, but because they generally offer me greater insight into the culture of a city. I’m not only referring to coffee shops, but also places like restaurants, bars, theaters, parks, and museums. I don’t just want their names and how many stars they are rated. I would also like to know what events are going on at these places from a week to week basis. This level of information is what would help me truly connect to a new city…and what typically takes me the most time researching as I plan for an upcoming trip. Is there a local artist opening that week at a gallery I’d be interested in? Are the Quaker City Nighthawks playing at such and such bar Saturday night? Is there a 5k I can join while I’m there? Is there a community market popping up that week near my hotel?
Occasionally there is an article written for our Sabre partners that is just too good to not share with our travelers as well. We will call this, “the other perspective”.
We spend a lot of time studying business travelers so we can understand and anticipate your needs. Within TripCase, the messages in the Tripfeed are a […]
In wrapping up 2013, we took a look at TripCase by the numbers. We’ve had a little fun digging into what our trip data says about TripCase travelers. But first, we look at just the month of December.
While many of our travelers think in dates, others about their location; this month we have seen something […]