This U.S. -based defense and cybersecurity firm’s travel program leader turned to Dynamic Performance Management™ from Stay by BCD Travel to gain access to real-time analytics and regular, data-centered insights.
A case study about traveler engagement and how to get travelers start to use TripSource to reach your goals. The corporate travel manager of a California company rolled out BCD Travel’s TripSource® traveler platform to simplify trips through mobile self-booking and more. His challenge was traveler adoption.
Domino’s leverages the power of BCD Travel’s DecisionSource®, TripSource® and SolutionSource® platforms to keep travelers safe. They now have a single view of essential employee information, making it easier to find and help its people when a crisis happens.
Pharmaceutical company Grünenthal chose BCD Travel as its global managed travel provider, after working with BCD successfully in Germany for 10 years.
Danfoss wanted all of its travelers to have the same high-quality business trip experiences, so the Danish manufacturer changed to serving employees worldwide with one global travel management company, BCD Travel, and SAP Concur’s online booking tool. The result: Savings, compliance, traveler satisfaction and travel team efficiency all improved. The strategy continues to add value. …
U.K.-based biopharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca partnered with BCD Travel to bring 70 countries under global travel program management in just seven months. A case study explains how consolidation enabled innovations and improvements that led to results.
Allegion—in partnership with BCD Travel—has designed a proven, repeatable quality control process for corporate travel that will launch in other regions this year. It also has created a new travel program performance improvement model for the industry.
GermanIT services provider Allgeier Enterprise Services worked with us to choose and implement SAP Concur Travel & Expense for booking and managing business trip expenses. The scalable tool cuts travel costs, and it enables self-service options and end-to-end processes that simplify trips for the company’s workforce. It’s a success story rooted in BCD’s more than 15-year partnership with and in-depth knowledge of SAP Concur.
Ingersoll Rand rolled out BCD Travel’s TripSource® self-service platform to travelers in six Latin American countries—Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Mexico and Peru. The aim was to bring outside spend in through in-program hotel bookings, improve the traveler experience and drive savings. But six months later, adoption of the TripSource app was still low.
A new case study details how Ingersoll Rand partnered with BCD to solve the problem with a traveler outreach strategy. In English and Spanish was explained how TripSource increases travelers’ hotel choices; saves them time when booking hotels; and increases their safety because the company can find them in an emergency.
Travel team members used Skype sessions and surveys to follow up with travelers. Then, after they registered for the app, travelers received targeted messages before, during and after trips.
Amid a merger, Springer Nature transformed its travel program into a global operation. Consolidation led to savings of 13% and a 69% increase in hotel-to-trip-night bookings.
Springer Nature, a leading academic, professional and educational publisher of some of the world’s most influential journals, seized the opportunity presented by a large merger to transform its travel program. A newly released case study outlines the success.
Increasing online bookings was a high priority. BCD helped Springer Nature gain traveler buy-in by crafting a comprehensive yet clear global travel policy; educating travelers about the policy and online booking; and configuring the Concur online booking tool (OBT) to simplify bookings, reduce traveler frustration and increase compliance.
Relentless wildfires led to a 60% travel increase for U.S. Forest Service firefighters. BCD got them booked in under 30 minutes and on their way to save lives…
LinkedIn launched a campaign to educate employees about benefits of the travel program and encourage them to use it. Traveler satisfaction hit 84%…
Pitney Bowes used analytics to understand how travelers were spending, then encouraged them to kick out-of-policy habits—yielding US$2.7 million in savings…
By sending mobile messages to travelers at key moments of decision, Textron cut costs. The reminders increased preferred vendor use by 90%, and savings more than doubled…