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Managed corporate travel produces huge amounts of data. Organizations need it to watch expenses, monitor programs, track travelers and comply with various taxation and legal requirements.

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‘s Reporting category is a treasure trove of insights and analysis for corporate travel professionals looking to harness the power of data and technology to optimize their programs. With a diverse range of articles spanning over a decade, readers can expect to find valuable information on the latest trends, tools and strategies for managing travel data, and leveraging it to drive better decision-making.

off-channel data captureFrom in-depth reports on emerging technologies like artificial intelligence, blockchain and predictive analytics to thought-provoking Op Eds from industry experts, the Reporting category provides a comprehensive resource for navigating the complex world of corporate travel data management. Readers will discover best practices for integrating travel and expense data, ensuring data accuracy and standardization, and using data visualization to communicate insights effectively.

The category also features exclusive interviews with travel managers and technology providers, offering unique perspectives on the challenges and opportunities associated with travel data reporting. Additionally, readers can stay informed about the latest developments in sustainability reporting, traveler tracking and compliance through the site’s regular news updates and trend pieces.

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Corporate Travel’s Key Performance Indicators Adapt To Updated Priorities

Corporate Travel’s Key Performance Indicators Adapt To Updated Priorities

Cost control remains corporate travel management’s cornerstone, but shifts in the relationships between employers and their people (and the planet) brought updated metrics to the fore. Newer key performance indicators on satisfaction and sustainability increasingly accompany negotiated savings in the assessment toolkit. Measuring program compliance continues to underpin multiple priorities. According to buyers and consultants,…

Q&A: Travel Buyer Steven Mandelbaum
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Q&A: Travel Buyer Steven Mandelbaum

Steven Mandelbaum is senior vice president for business solutions at education consulting firm EAB, which he joined in 2000. He has managed travel throughout much of that time and now has responsibility for most internal operations, including technology, real estate, events, employee experience and strategic vendor partnerships. Travel represents about 20 percent of his job,…

Explainer: The Do’s And Don’ts Of Corporate Travel Benchmarking
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Explainer: The Do’s And Don’ts Of Corporate Travel Benchmarking

Travel management is always all about data, but what does it say? Benchmarks can provide many answers, putting a program’s effectiveness into context, but obtaining good ones and using them effectively may be harder than it seems. The Company Dime asked more than a dozen travel managers and industry consultants to discuss the best practices….

Dispatch 10
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Dispatch 10

As American Airlines all but dismantles corporate sales, airline industry pundits scrutinized AA’s latest arguments about going small and emphasizing competitiveness via network and loyalty. The strategy illustrates diversification among big airlines that adds to these challenging times for corporate travel buyers. Chief commercial officer Vasu Raja on March 4 told Wall Street analysts that…

With Airlines Pushing Self-Service For Disruptions, What’s The TMC’s Role?
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With Airlines Pushing Self-Service For Disruptions, What’s The TMC’s Role?

As some airlines build programs to offer trip data to corporate clients on re-accommodated travelers after flight disruptions, travel management company leaders want the market to know they have a lot to offer here. Christopherson Business Travel has not seen a change in its disruption management role. “The main change is that the frequency and…

Southwest Aims To Soothe A Corporate Travel Headache: Changes
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Southwest Aims To Soothe A Corporate Travel Headache: Changes

Due out this spring, the Southwest Business TravelTrack service aims to mitigate a growing challenge for corporate travel programs — missing data from changed itineraries. Bookings originally made through online booking tools and global distribution systems, as supported by travel management companies, often end up getting changed directly with airlines when flights are disrupted. Those…

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