Virtual collaboration is a growing trend, with the market expected to double in the next four years. Employees expect companies to offer better team collaboration options. This trend offers opportunities beyond improved ways of working for your employees.
Get all the benefits of virtual cards while eliminating the hassles.
Virtual cards have emerged as alternatives to traditional corporate travel payment solutions, but the hassles associated with them could often outweigh their benefits.
We’ve found a way to retain the benefits of virtual cards while eliminating the hassles associated with them. We automate virtual card deployment and the matching of virtual card payments to bookings. And we do it with one solution across virtual card programs in multiple currencies and countries.
Advito releases 2016 Industry Forecast for business travel.
Low oil prices, increased capacity keep airfares relatively flat
What’s your company’s mobile strategy?
Now that mobile is coming to the forefront of business travel, applications are the next step to ensure your company’s success. Mobile has quickly evolved from an instant messaging tool to a personal command center. Your travelers are using them at home and on the road—making mobile devices a great way to connect with colleagues and the program itself. The challenge lies in how you harness mobile platforms effectively.
Whenever your employees take a business trip, their potential exposure to security, safety and medical issues increases. And if they’re involved in a serious incident, your company may face damaging consequences to its bottom line and reputation.This white paper gives you a seven-step roadmap for creating a reliable travel risk management strategy.
The time is right for travel managers to consider the merits of sharing economy suppliers. Investigate the sharing economy before dismissing it or banning it in its entirety.
Advito releases 2015 Industry Forecast for business travel. With the global economy forecast to continue improving, business travel demand will grow in 2015.
Are you looking for a better way than hotel RFPs? Dynamic hotel pricing may be an option to consider – but it is not for everyone. This paper offers the pros and cons of Best Available Rate (BAR) pricing and offers suggestions for testing the waters for yourself.
Do your travelers spend hours researching trip logistics? Save your company and travelers time and money. Use a corporate tool that does door-to-door trip planning, so the information your travelers need is at their fingertips. Discover how Total Trip Planning can boost productivity—and satisfaction—among your travelers.
Business intelligence, or BI, is about gaining meaningful insight from data to drive strategic decisions and actions. Reporting, analysis, monitoring and forecasting are all progressive steps within business intelligence. In this white paper, you’ll find a great visualization of these steps.
Integrating your corporate travel and meetings programs.
Many companies needlessly leave money on the table each year. How? They fail to fully recoup the refunds they’re due in value added taxes, or VAT. But now we offer a best-in-market fix that sets us apart from our competitors: Automated VAT Reclaim powered by Taxeo.
In this paper, we’ll look at several other sub-categories of travel spend that are considerably more hidden. These include dining and entertainment, ground transportation and mobile charges. Because travelers buy these services outside of the boundaries of the travel program, data on this spend can be hard to come by.
The success of every business travel program hinges on the ability to manage travelers. The more you understand about how your travelers think and make decisions, the better you can guide those decisions in support of company goals. This Traveler Management Survival Guide will help you understand key concepts from behavioral economics and link them to the challenges you wrestle with every day. It also provides specific examples you can implement to address – or even eliminate – bad buying decisions.
Traveler Management: How to influence your employees to plan, book and travel smarter encourages travel managers to fundamentally change their approach to corporate travel programs, and makes the case that the traditional “command and control” approach to travel management offers fewer opportunities for innovation than building strong relationships with travelers.