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Verdant Named a Fastest Growing Company in North America on Deloitte’s 2019 Technology Fast 500™

Verdant | November 7, 2019

Attributes 218% revenue growth to increased brand awareness, repeat business from loyal customers, and the easy-to-install plug-and-play nature of its solutions [Montreal, Quebec — November 7, 2019] — Verdant today announced it ranked No. 418 on Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500™, a ranking of the 500 fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and energy tech companies in North America now in its 25th year. Technology Fast 500 award winners are selected based on percentage fiscal year revenue growth from 2015 to 2018. Verdant grew 218% during this period. Alain Belanger, Verdant CEO, credits demand for Ve...

2019 Travel and Hospitality Industry Outlook

Deloitte Center for Industry Insights | January 31, 2019

Key trends powering growth in a technology-driven industry A strong economy, rising global consumer purchasing power, and digital innovation have all fueled record growth in the travel and hospitality industry. But there are still several challenges that could throw the industry off course in 2019. What are the biggest trends likely to shape hospitality, airlines, cruises, and ground transportation in the year ahead? Key US travel and hospitality industry trends for 2019 2019 marks a decade since the US travel industry emerged from the depths of economic recession. And what a decade it's been. Over the past 10 years, the surge of recove...

The CMO Survey February 2017: Rethink Everything

Deloitte | May 8, 2017

Marketing's role has changed. And it's likely to keep changing. How are marketing leaders navigating the disruption? Many marketing organizations were built for activities that look very different from those required in today's fast-paced, digital world. So marketing leaders are changing the game, building key capabilities in-house and rethinking what is outsourced to match new demands and harness new opportunities. Gain insights from the key findings below, interact with the survey data, and view the full results. Key findings: Marketers are planning huge spending increases: 90 percent increase for social, 127 percent for mobile...

Future of Risk Series: Reputation Risks Accelerate and Amplify

Nancy Albinson | January 12, 2017

By Nancy Albinson, Andrew Blau and Yang Chu In today's hyper-connected world dominated by mobile devices, social media, and evolving expectations from society, information can spread like wildfire. This convergence of mobile and social media is intensifying the impact of reputation risks for organizations and is driving them to fundamentally rethink their approaches to risk management and proactively address these accelerated, amplified risks. What forces are driving this trend? Social media is creating a more connected, networked world where information is rapidly amplified Disruptive mobile technologies are ushering in a new era of ...

Deloitte Survey: Where There is Reward for Travel, There is Risk

Deloitte's Travel, Hospitality and Leisure Practice | September 17, 2014

Only one-third of consumers feel their frequent traveler accounts are secure enough NEW YORK, Sept. 17, 2014 -- Three-quarters (75 percent) of frequent travelers expect their loyalty program data to be secured to at least the same standard as a financial institution – but only 33 percent feel their accounts are secure enough, according to a new Deloitte study, "Loyalty data security: Are hospitality and travel companies managing the risks of their rewards programs?" Few frequent travelers appear fully aware of the wider risks involved when loyalty data – including travel schedules and other personal data – is lost or stolen. Rough...

Deloitte Survey Finds Airline Loyalty Programs Miss the Mark on Encouraging Real Loyalty

Deloitte's Travel, Hospitality and Leisure Practice | August 20, 2013

Survey Reveals 72% of High-Frequency Business Travelers Participate in Multiple Programs NEW YORK, Aug. 20, 2013 -- Deloitte today released "Rising above the Clouds: Charting a course for renewed airline consumer loyalty," an inaugural survey that provides insights into consumer travel behavior and loyalty program satisfaction in the airline industry. The survey indicates airline loyalty programs are not as effective as they could be in driving loyalty among their core audience of frequent travelers. A surprising 72 percent of "high-frequency" business travelers participate in two or more programs, while more than one-third participate ...

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