Posted in Methods Negotiating

ARC Creates Model For Determining Marketshare Goals In Corporate Airline Deals

ARC is building a model to help assess the proportion of passengers in a given market that should fly on each airline based on prevailing…

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Posted in Methods Reporting Suppliers

Coupa Buys Yapta, Which Was Part-Owned By Concur

Coupa acquired Yapta, the thirteen-year-old hotel and airfare price assurance firm named for “Your Amazing Personal Travel Assistant.” Yapta had raised more than $25 million…

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Posted in Methods Reporting Suppliers

IRS Sets Use Of Personal Vehicle Standard Reimbursement Rate At 57.5 Cents Per Mile For 2020, But You Might Save By Tracking Actual Expenses

The U.S. Internal Revenue Service on Tuesday announced the standard per-mile reimbursement rate for business use of personal vehicles would be 57.5 cents for next…

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Posted in Methods Payment Reporting

Op Ed: Mat Domaradzki On Blockchain’s Potential In Corporate Travel

Mat Domaradzki is a travel manager for ConsenSys, a blockchain technology company. The following guest column is adapted from his presentation during a September event…

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Posted in Methods Productivity Sustainability

Want Employees To Travel Less? Give Them Options

The easiest way to save on business travel costs or reduce emissions is to stay put, but that doesn’t have to mean killing collaboration. Once…

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Posted in Methods Suppliers

Startup Whizar Targets Travel Management Companies With Fare Predictions And Ticketing Optimization

Re-shopping booked airfares is nothing new in corporate travel. Front-end fare predictions are relatively common in consumer travel. A Tel Aviv startup now is enabling…

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Posted in Methods Sustainability

Thousands Of Green-Minded Companies Turn To Internal Carbon Pricing; A Few Include Business Travel

An emerging sustainability practice is setting an internal price on carbon and making business units pay for their emissions. Almost 1,400 companies publicly acknowledged doing…

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