< PrevNext > 7. Capita Travel and Events (£595m) Share Meridian Court, 18 Stanier Way, Wyvern Business Park, Derby, DE21 6BF 0330 390 firstname.lastname@example.orgUK business travel gross sales 2019 £595,000,000Key people James Parkhouse, Chief executive officer; Alex Singleton, Chief customer officer; Nel Flint, Chief operations officer; Nick Reynolds, Chief revenue officer; Donna Fitzgerald, Director of sales and solutions.Main industry sectors of clients Construction, engineering, finance, legal, logistics, manufacturing, oil/gas, professional services, public sector, retail, telecoms, airlines, utilities. Services offered in addition to business travel Consulting, behavioural insight and data analytics, alternative accommodation and disruption services, meetings & events services.Type of company Listed on a stock exchangeNumber of transactions in 2019 4,278,750 Transactions handled online 83%Locations and networks Derby, Stockport, York, London, Taunton. Advantage Travel Partnership, The BTA, Globalstar, HBAA, ITM.UK full-time equivalent staff 683 Average length of service/experience 8.1 yrs/14 yrsGDS and technology Travelport. Iris:suite education centre, iris:profile (Umbrella:Faces) as well as other proprietary technology. Online travel booking tools: iris:online (Vibe) SAP Concur. Event Management (Cvent), iris:go app (Mantic Point) with mobile booking (Vibe), Meetings Pro (proprietary), Smart Sort and Select accommodation management (proprietary).Biggest innovations in 2019 Its Smarter Working proposition is continuing to help customers reduce unnecessary travel and meetings, and make smarter bookings and travelling decisions based on cost and wellbeing. TMC description Capita Travel and Events says it uses behavioural science and blended data sources to help influence travellers’ and bookers’ choices by showing the total impact travel has on organisations.