Posted in Distribution Policy Suppliers

The Future Of Travel Management Companies: Part Two, The Value Of Compliance

As the corporate travel profession faces its greatest crisis, there has been much talk about the value of travel management companies. Their role was evident…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Methods Policy Risk

As Companies Get Creative With Pre-Trip Communications, Discovery Moves Guidance To The Front End With Shep

Businesses shouldn’t send travelers out in today’s world without proper guidance. Ideally, communications feature in the planning and booking process. They could be part and…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Policy Productivity Risk

Business Travel’s Connection To Mental Health Was Never More Relevant

Some cooped-up business travelers are itching to get back on the road for their mental health. But they may also be suffering from personal or…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Methods Policy Risk

On Plugging Leakage, Nothing New Except The Urgency

There is now plenty of justification for senior managers to authorize, and business travelers to follow, tighter booking-channel policies. For companies unable to mandate that…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Policy Risk

John Rose Vs. Covid-19

Altour chief risk officer John Rose has spoken on 36 webinars since the novel coronavirus outbreak. A former U.S. Marine, Rose’s mission is to eliminate…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Methods Policy Risk

New Airport Health Screenings Would Impact Corporate Pre-Trip Prep

The International Air Transport Association plans to hold virtual meetings with governments and other stakeholders as soon as this month to kickstart coordination on health…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Careers Methods Policy

It’s Time For Travel Managers To Take ‘Deep Breaths’ And A Step Back

Some corporate travel operations have moved from crisis mode to a more strategic phase. With virtually no business travel activity underway, everyone will be there…

Continue Reading...