Big Clients Signal Acceptance As Rocketrip Signs General Electric, Twitter

By | February 27, 2017

[UPDATE, April 26, 2017: Rocketrip said Carlson Wagonlit Travel, Deem, Ovation Corporate Travel, Sabre and Travel Leaders Corporate joined Concur in its partnership program.]

Rocketrip CEO Dan Ruch thinks too few travel managers are advocates for travelers. He said the profession has a policy compliance problem and lacks innovation. His new, big-name clients apparently agree with at least some of that.

Rocketrip this month announced that General Electric and Twitter signed on. Most clients now are mid-sized or larger. That's a change . . .

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