Annapolis, Md., Trevose, Pa. and Philadelphia - Travel risk management programs worked as designed after Friday's attacks in Paris, according to executives at leading TRM firms. But they said some clients need more practice and familiarity with systems and protocols. It's one thing to have in place the appropriate infrastructure; it's another to know how to quickly use it in a crisis.

The Company Dime visited iJet International and International SOS this week at their operations centers in Annapolis, Md., and Feasterville-Trevose, Pa., respectively. Execs stressed the . . .

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