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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.

The Company Dime
‘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.

Whether you’re a seasoned travel manager fine-tuning your reporting processes or a newcomer seeking to understand the critical drivers of data-driven travel management, The Company Dime‘s Reporting category has something for you. By subscribing, you’ll gain access to a wealth of knowledge and expertise, empowering you to make informed decisions, stay ahead of industry trends and, ultimately, leverage your travel data to drive meaningful improvements in your organization’s travel program.

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United Move Prompts Some Buyers To Again Find Direct Channel Insufficient
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United Move Prompts Some Buyers To Again Find Direct Channel Insufficient

Surprised to find last week that United Airlines made their negotiated rates available to travelers via its website and mobile app, some corporate travel buyers took a closer look at functionality the airline built to support their needs. While United has done more than some other carriers to legitimize supplier-direct channels for managed travel, “better…

Poll: Artificial Intelligence Emerging Slowly For Travel Buyers
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Poll: Artificial Intelligence Emerging Slowly For Travel Buyers

A GBTA survey this month of more than 300 travel buyers found that 6 percent were using artificial intelligence in their programs, and 7 percent saw it as a top priority for 2024. One-third called it “important but not a top priority” for next year, while 37 percent said it was “low/no” priority and 16…

Notebook: Travel Buyers Discuss Booking Channel Policy Flavors And Tradeoffs
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Notebook: Travel Buyers Discuss Booking Channel Policy Flavors And Tradeoffs

Asked how corporate travel buyers should deal with fares found outside preferred booking channels, Cisco senior global procurement service leader for travel and card Carlos Almendros said, “You’ll get a different answer for every buyer.” Travel managers also speaking at the Global Business Travel Association convention last month supported the variety of approaches and considered…

After Selling, Grasp Technologies Founder Mueller Drops CEO Post
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After Selling, Grasp Technologies Founder Mueller Drops CEO Post

Erik Mueller is no longer CEO of Grasp Technologies, the corporate travel data consolidator and analytics company he founded in 1996. Also a virtual payment provider, Grasp has been under new ownership for about two years. Waverock Software, which acquires, manages and grows enterprise software businesses, in December 2021 announced a “strategic investment” in Grasp. …

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