Nearly one in four corporate travel managers polled in August and September said their companies offered incentives or rewards for in-policy bookings. Perhaps it's counterintuitive, but the head of a leading corporate travel rewards system called that "ridiculous."

"That's way too high," said Rocketrip founder and CEO Dan Ruch during a Thursday evening panel discussion about corporate travel policy hosted by DataArt. "Policy is what people should follow. You don't get rewarded for what you should be doing. That's not the point of incentives. Sales commissions get exciting not when you achieve your goal; they . . .

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