The Google-powered app will create instant travel budgets for employees of a company. It then also uses a mechanism to incentivize the workforce to save money on their corporate travel plans. Yondo sounds in some respects very similar to Rocketrip, the startup launched by Dan Ruch in 2013 which has since gone on to raise $17 million in funding. Other services in a familiar vein could be Travelperk (founded by the creator of Hotel Ninjas, a Spanish startup which was later sold to or Tripactions, the source who works at a large corporate travel management company suggests. An official at Google warns that the Yondo project "is a very early experiment" and declines to share any further details. Get the full story at PhocusWire