Emerging technologies will disrupt the business travel industry. Will your program be ready?
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. But precisely how they will change corporate travel, and how travel buyers can prepare, isn’t yet clear.

To help corporate travel buyers better understand and prepare to use these technologies, we are publishing a series of simple-to-understand and relevant papers.

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White paper: A new approach to hotel sourcing

While much of the business travel conversation focuses on air travel, accommodation is every bit as important for the traveller experience.

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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In our search for a web-based tool that would allow easy online booking and cost reduction, we noticed that BCD Travel offered the best price and services, both on user-friendliness of the tool and the support of customizable solutions.

Francine Aelbrecht, Executive Assistant of Legal Department at Ingram Micro Europe

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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



13,500

Employees
We’re proud of our creative, committed and experienced team.

95%

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

$25.7b

Sales
In 2017.

109

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