Welcome to Numiga – Your partner for travel expense accounting

Numiga is a leading outsourcing provider for travel expense accounting and travel management processes. Thanks to our unique employee know-how and smart solutions, we optimize your process costs for all business travel related aspects.

Headquartered in Bremen, Germany, Numiga offers customizable solutions conforming to German standards. From consulting to processing to archiving – you get all travel expense services from a single source.

Would you like to achieve significant savings in your travel costs? We are at your side to organize optimal travel management processes and travel expense accounting – so you can concentrate on your core business.


Making Travel Data Smarter - Where Are We Now?: After lagging in the BI race, managed travel professionals now have better access to alternative data sets and sophisticated tools that will help them turn information into understanding. Advice from the pros: Stop doing what you've always done. Think bigger, think smarter and discover next-generation business travel intelligence.  Source: Business Travel news

Research from KDS Reveals Up to One Quarter of Business Travelers Embellish Their Company Expenses: Many companies continue to employ manual, outdated processes and solutions for Travel and Expense that are disjointed, inefficient and lead to employee resistance. These are the findings of a recent survey conducted by KDS to better understand the attitudes, actions and behaviors of US and UK business professionals. Other highlights from the survey include: 74% say they would prefer to book all travel components via one platform Almost 23% admit to regularly rounding up business mileage 41% are still using spreadsheets in their expense process 44% said they spend up to 60 mins, and sometimes more booking travel during working hours. Source: KDS

Shares of European Transport, Luxury-Goods Companies Slide After Paris Attacks: BCD Travel, a global corporate travel management company based in Utrecht, the Netherlands, activated its emergency center for Europe on Friday night, shortly after the terror attacks in Paris, said Heinz Jennewein, a senior vice president with responsibility for France and the Benelux countries.

Lufthansa Will Expand Biometric Boarding After LAX Test: Lufthansa will expand a biometrics-based boarding program, which it reports can enable a 350-passenger A380 to be boarded in about 20 minutes, to more of its U.S. airports after a trial run at Los Angeles International Airport.The carrier developed the program alongside Amadeus?which supplies Lufthansa with the Altea Departure Control tool?U.S. Customs and Border Protection, border control technology supplier Vision-Box and Los Angeles World Airports Authority. They installed gates that can capture facial images by camera as passengers approach. Those images are matched against records in the CBP database. Once that match is made, which takes only a few seconds, the passenger is marked as "boarded" without needing to show a passport or boarding pass. Lufthansa reported that feedback during the trial was "very positive," and senior director of product management for ground and digital services Bjoern Becker said, "In near time, biometric boarding ? will be widely utilized across the U.S. and beyond."

ARC Joins NDC Exchange: Airlines Reporting Corp. is integrating its settlement data with NDC Exchange, the marketplace that provides interoperability between schema versions of the International Air Transport Association's New Distribution Capability. ARC president and CEO Mike Premo said the collaboration will allow ARC and ATPCO, which developed NDC Exchange with air transportation communications and technology company SITA, to "offer more flexible transaction processing workflows, billing and settlement, and outputs that enable airlines and agencies to efficiently manage their partnerships as available content grows." The partnership also will allow ATPCO to support migration to One Order?in which passengers use a single order for air travel rather than separate tickets and passenger name records?according to ATPCO president and CEO Rolf Purzer.

WTMC Aims to Upend Distribution & Financial Models: WTMC CEO Sarosh Waghmar is breaking away from entrenched corporate travel industry paradigms by building proprietary technology and pursuing a New Distribution Capability strategy that he says will disintermediate traditional distribution pathways and make established global distribution systems just another shelf from which to select travel content. WTMC, formerly called W Travel, has kept a low profile, yet the company has been name checked as a partner of artificial intelligence innovator Mezi and by the International Air Transport Association as the first travel management company to achieve Level 3 NDC certification. The agency has NDC connections with American Airlines and is the first U.S.-based agency testing NDC connections with British Airways. It has plans to do the same with Delta, United and Lufthansa.

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