Jan 13, 2011

Concur Buying TripIt in $82 Million Deal

Seattle Times
Sharon Pian Chan
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"Redmond software company Concur is buying TripIt in a deal worth $82 million to add mobile trip management to its expense software."

Jan 13, 2011

TripIt Bags An ExIt – Acquired By Concur For Up To $120 Million

Robin Wauters
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"It’s quite a good exit for the company when all the smoke clears, having raised just a little over $13 million in funding to date. TripIt originally launched at TechCrunch40 and is loved by Michael Arrington."

Jan 13, 2011

TripIt Sells to Concur for $82M Cash and Stock

Kevin May
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"The deal was announced in the US this morning and sees a healthy return for the company founded in just October 2006."

Jan 13, 2011

Concur to Acquire TripIt Itinerary Planner

Jerry Limone
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"Concur said Thursday that it will acquire TripIt, a San Francisco-based provider of mobile services for business travelers, for up to $120 million."

Apr 07, 2008

TripIt Offers Travel info on Blackberry

Blackberry Cool

Simon Sage

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Apr 07, 2008

TripIt Goes Even More Mobile


Mark Hendrickson

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"The new site will support TripIt's Closeness Matches, a feature that informs travelers when they'll be in the same areas as their friends."

Apr 07, 2008

TripIt Mobile; Optimized Access to Your Itinerary


Kristen Nicole

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"After adding a slew of additional integration options for your TripIt account, such as restaurant reservations, TripIt has had a steady release schedule for its new features, which all help improve the site for practical purposes."

Apr 03, 2008

Sree Advice on Cool New Travel Sites

WNBC New York (TV)

Sree Sreenivasan

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"A terrific site that has changed my travel life."

Mar 31, 2008

Tripit, Theocacao, Gmail, and a look at "Availability" UI


Matt Linderman

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"TripIt.com has a neat way to get customers started: Just forward a confirmation email to plans@tripit.com."

Mar 28, 2008

Travel Sites Get Personal


Wendy Tanaka


"The influence of social networking and community services is growing significantly for online travel."