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June 2019

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Car Rental Competition Intensifies

In the meantime, car rental companies are evolving; for example, some provide vehicles for ridehailing drivers, and they increasingly are investing outside their core rental products. Enterprise, for example, completed its acquisition of corporate travel technology platform Deem this year, and it has partnered to launch a car-and-driver service in China. That service could expand to other geographies. 


June 2019

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Deem Expands Open Expense Alliance Program

Deem, a leading SaaS technology provider for the business travel industry, is expanding its current Open Expense Alliance program and upgrading current expense customers to Certify’s expense solution. Deem Open Expense Alliance partners currently include Appricity, Certify, Chrome River, Expensify, Infor Expense Management, Oracle and others.

“At Deem, our mission is to transform corporate travel,” said John F. Rizzo, CEO, Deem. “This requires a fierce and laser-like focus on building the best travel solutions we can. We are dedicating our attention, teams and resources to solutions that change the way corporations manage their travelers and travel program.”


June 2019

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Deem Will Sunset Its Expense System

Corporate travel booking and management provider Deem plans to discontinue Deem Expense in 18 months. Clients of the system will transition to Certify, one of the expense systems participating in Deem's Open Expense Alliance. Deem said the company's "intense focus" on travel meant it couldn't dedicate the necessary resources to develop its own expense solution.


May 2019

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Deem innovation centre to create 50 jobs in Dublin

Deem, a leading mobile and cloud software technology provider, has announced plans to create 50 jobs at a new European Innovation Centre in Dublin. The expansion is part of a growth strategy that will see the company doubling its workforce around the world, including at its headquarters in San Francisco.


May 2019

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Travel tech company Deem to create 50 jobs with more on the horizon

Software company owned by car rental giant Enterprise to open innovation centre locally

Deem, a US travel tech company owned by car rental giant Enterprise, is to create 50 software engineering jobs in Dublin over the 12 months with the possibility of many more roles to come over the next few years.


May 2019

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US travel tech specialist to create 50 jobs in Dublin

A US tech company has announced today that it will create 50 highly skilled jobs at a new European Innovation Centre in Dublin.

Mobile and cloud software technology provider Deem has decided to create the jobs in Ireland as it looks to tap into the European market.


May 2019

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DEEM TO CREATE 50 JOBS WITH NEW INNOVATION CENTRE IN DUBLIN

Deem, a leading mobile and cloud software technology provider, today announced that it will create 50 highly skilled jobs at a new European Innovation Centre in Dublin. Deem’s expansion into Europe is part of a bold growth strategy that will see the company doubling its workforce around the world, including at its headquarters in San Francisco.

This announcement is supported by the Government of Ireland through IDA Ireland.


May 2019

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Deem to Create 50 Jobs With New Innovation Centre in Dublin

US travel tech specialist chooses Ireland as part of global growth strategy

Deem, a leading mobile and cloud software technology provider, today announced that it will create 50 highly skilled jobs at a new European Innovation Centre in Dublin. Deem’s expansion into Europe is part of a bold growth strategy that will see the company doubling its workforce around the world, including at its headquarters in San Francisco.






May 2019

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Deem to create 50 jobs with new Innovation Centre in Dublin

US travel tech specialist chooses Ireland as part of global growth strategy

Deem, a leading mobile and cloud software technology provider, today announced that it will create 50 highly skilled jobs at a new European Innovation Centre in Dublin. Deem’s expansion into Europe is part of a bold growth strategy that will see the company doubling its workforce around the world, including at its headquarters in San Francisco.


May 2019

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Travel Techie Deem Hiring 50 For Innovation Centre

R&D types wanted for Dublin office

American travel technology specialist Deem is to open an Innovation Centre in Dublin with pans to hire c.50 staff.

The move is part of the mobile and cloud software provider’s plan to double its workforce around the world, including at its headquarters in San Francisco, as part of an ambitious growth strategy.


May 2019

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US travel tech specialist to create 50 jobs in Dublin

A US tech company has announced today that it will create 50 highly skilled jobs at a new European Innovation Centre in Dublin.

Mobile and cloud software technology provider Deem has decided to create the jobs in Ireland as it looks to tap into the European market.


May 2019

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50 new jobs announced for tech workers at Deem in Dublin city centre

It has been announced that 50 new jobs will be created in Dublin city centre.

Mobile and cloud software technology provider Deem is creating 50 “highly skilled” jobs at the new European Innovation Centre in Dublin.

It said it will be hiring software engineers at its Dublin Innovation Centre within the next year and it will see further expansion in 2020.


May 2019

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US travel tech firm Deem to create 50 new jobs in Dublin

In an investment supported by the Irish Government through IDA Ireland, Deem will hire 50 software engineers for its Dublin innovation centre in the coming 12 months, with a further expansion tipped for 2020.


May 2019

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US firm Deem creates 50 Dublin jobs

Deem, a US based provider of mobile and cloud software technology, announced today that it will create 50 highly skilled jobs at its new European Innovation Centre in Dublin. 

The company, headquartered in San Francisco, California, "offers a suite of travel booking and management tools for corporate customers and travel management firms." 


May 2019

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Deem to Create 50 Jobs in Dublin

Deem, a leading mobile and cloud software technology provider, today announced that it will create 50 highly skilled jobs at a new European Innovation Centre in Dublin.

Deem’s expansion into Europe is part of a bold growth strategy that will see the company doubling its workforce around the world, including at its headquarters in San Francisco.


May 2019

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Covering New Ground 

Perhaps nowhere has this become more apparent than with Enterprise Holding’s recent acquisition of Deem, the Silicon Valley-based provider of travel booking and management tools. Over the years, Deem had built a client base that included more than 50,000 corporate customers as well as the world’s largest travel management companies.


April 2019

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Enterprise Set To Launch Vehicle Subscription Service

Enterprise Holdings announced that it will be launching the U.S. car rental industry’s first vehicle-subscription service in the next month.

“The name of the game in ground transportation today is more access, more flexibility and more convenience — whether it’s for an hour, a day, a week or longer,” Randal Narike, executive vice president of operations for Enterprise Holdings said in a press release.


April 2019

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Enterprise to launch car subscription service within month

Enterprise Holdings, parent company to the Enterprise Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental and Alamo Rent A Car brands, is launching what it says is the first subscription service offered by the U.S. car-rental industry.


Feb 2019

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Deem Plans Growth With Backing From Enterprise

With the news of Enterprise Holdings acquiring corporate travel veteran Deem, some questions arose about what exactly the deal would mean for one of the more established corporate travel technology companies in North America.


Feb 2019

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How Deem Wants to Reinvent Itself After Enterprise Deal

If you’ve followed the growth and drama at Deem, it may be a shock that the company has finally found a landing spot at Enterprise Holdings.

I spoke to Deem CEO John Rizzo about what the company’s acquisition by Enterprise Holdings really means, and Deem’s plans for the future. 


Feb 2019

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Enterprise Holdings Completes Acquisition of Deem

The world's largest car rental provider, Enterprise Holdings, today completed the purchase of Deem, an innovative managed-travel technology platform. The Deem platform includes Deem Work Fource  and Deem Ground Work, a suite of online booking and travel technology products for business travelers, travel managers, travel-management companies and suppliers.


Feb 2019

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Enterprise to Deem: We’ll Pick You Up

Enterprise Holdings, the parent company of Enterprise Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental and Alamo Rent A Car brands, announced last last month its intent to acquire Deem, the San Francisco-based provider of business travel and expense management solutions in the cloud.


Feb 2019

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Enterprise to acquire managed-travel technology platform Deem

Enterprise Holdings, the world’s largest car rental company, is acquiring Deem, a managed-travel technology platform that it has invested in since 2016. Financial terms of the deal have not been disclosed.

San Francisco-based Deem provides a suite of online booking and management software for business travelers, travel managers, travel management companies and suppliers. It counts more than 50,000 corporate customers in 61 countries, with solutions for air, hotel, rental car, black car, ride-hailing and rail service.


Feb 2019

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Enterprise Holdings to Acquire Deem

Enterprise Holdings today announced its intent to acquire San Francisco-based Deem, a managed-travel technology platform that includes Deem Work Fource and Deem Ground Work. This suite of online booking and travel technology products is geared for business travelers, travel managers, travel-management companies, and suppliers. 

More than 50,000 corporate customers and the world’s largest travel-management companies already use Deem’s travel and ground transportation software. Upon final acquisition, this transaction would provide Deem with an infusion of capital and resources to help further expand its product roadmap and increase the pace of product development and enhancements.


Feb 2019

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Enterprise Expands in Corporate Travel With Deem Acquisition

Enterprise Holdings, the privately owned car rental giant, will acquire corporate travel provider Deem, which has pivoted away from broader technology solutions in recent years to focus on ground transportation services. The value of the deal, which is expected to close in the first quarter of 2019, was not disclosed.


Feb 2019

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Enterprise Holdings Will Acquire Deem

Enterprise Holdings is acquiring corporate travel technology platform Deem and will maintain it as an autonomous operation while providing the resources to speed up Deem's development plans.


Feb 2019

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Enterprise Holdings Completes Acquisition of Deem

The world's largest car rental provider, Enterprise Holdings, today completed the purchase of Deem, an innovative managed-travel technology platform. The Deem platform includes Deem Work Fource and Deem Ground Work, a suite of online booking and travel technology products for business travelers, travel managers, travel-management companies and suppliers.