Posted in Negotiating Policy Reporting

Gabe Rizzi On Reading All The Right Stories From Your Travel Data

There are many lessons to learn by looking through travel program data. The more you dig, the more insights you’ll pick up. Travel Leaders Corporate…

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Posted in Methods Policy

Corporate Travel Managers Take Noncompliance Into Their Own Touchy Feely Hands

San Diego – One of the hot topics at this month’s Global Business Travel Association convention was nothing new: booking channel noncompliance. Less elegantly called…

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Posted in Culture Policy

Veteran Travel Manager Snaps To It At Young, Fast-Growing Company Facing Cost Pressures

San Diego – When growing fast and expecting success, new companies often hesitate to bog down the culture with bureaucracy. When in cost-control mode, firms…

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Posted in Budgets Culture Policy Productivity

Experts Ponder Policy, Prices And Productivity

Do rigid, frugal travel policies jeopardize employee performance? It’s debatable. Tripbam CEO Steve Reynolds is in the cost-control camp. His argument goes like this: It’s…

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Posted in Policy

Steve Glenn On Enforcing Your Travel Policy, Or Getting Rid Of It

Without a travel policy, an organization doesn’t have much of a managed travel program. And when there is a formal policy, many travelers don’t follow…

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Posted in Payment Policy

After Lots Of Groundwork, State Of California Pilots Virtual Payment

A few months into piloting virtual payment, the quarter-of-a-billion-dollar State of California T&E program already has realized benefits. Tied to policy mandates and program consolidation,…

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Posted in Payment Policy Sectors

The Defense Department Wants New Travel Systems, But First Had To Simplify Policy

[UPDATE, August 20, 2018: The Department of Defense picked SAP Concur to build a new travel system. Working with Accenture Federal Services, Booz Allen and…

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