2019: the Year of the Traveler

2019 is the year of the pig in the Chinese zodiac—but we’ve declared it “the Year of the Traveler”. The Year of the Traveler means customization and ease. The Year of the Pig, in the Chinese zodiac, means abundance and good fortune. Put them together, and 2019 promises to be a great year, with even more firsts in store for business travelers.

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Keeping travelers safe and productive.
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We help you travel smart and achieve more.

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The days of a classic travel policy are numbered: machine learning is causing a revolution

Blockchain, chatbots, machine learning, virtual reality (VR) and the Internet of Things (IoT) are among the emerging technologies capturing the imagination of the business travel community. These innovations have the potential to be truly disruptive forces.

Our second paper explains how these technologies can be used to effectively implement travel policies to steer travelers toward policy-compliant choices while improving savings and security, quality service, consistency and traveler wellness.

Industry recognition

We are honored that our work, our members, and our company are repeatedly recognized by the travel industry and organizations.

2019 Industry Forecast

Do you wonder how economic factors and supplier strategies will affect your business travel program in 2019? No need to wonder anymore, because we’ve just released our all-new 2019 Industry Forecast.

What customers are saying

   Every employee has a smartphone in their hand, and with TripSource we are able to put the information they need at their fingertips.

Joyce Hofmann, Global Travel Manager, Textron
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    We are producing quantifiable results, among them a significant decrease in spend so far. We’re also strengthening our relationship with employees on the road. They better understand our travel policy—not just what it is but why it’s important. Actively engaging travelers helps us stay on budget and enhances our travel program brand.

Ike Ihenacho Global Travel Expense and Meetings Manager, Mondelez International
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Did you know?

Only half of trip nights
include a hotel booking.

BCD by the numbers


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Client retention
Industry-leading consistency over the past 10 years.


Total annual turnover
in 2017.


With global headquarters in Utrecht and regional headquarters in Atlanta, London and Singapore.

New research paper
Quality management in corporate travel

Our recent research conducted with ACTE Global finds that travel managers identify one set metrics they say is important to determining business trip success—but identify a whole different set of metrics they actually measure. It’s time for a new approach.

Industry recognition

We are honored that our work, our members, and our company are repeatedly recognized by the travel industry and organizations.