During its eight years, TripActions required some administrative work for clients to sign up. They would need contact with a representative and a contract. With its rebranding, that's gone and non-client travel managers face the prospect of fending off employees who sign up on their own, agree to terms and policies on their company's behalf, become the admin, set policies and invite colleagues. The approach is potentially powerful since it leverages what is widely considered TripActions' greatest strength — the individual initial booking experience. This is how expense software firm Expensify has done its thing.

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