Posted in Careers Culture Productivity Reporting

As Finance Leaders Discuss Digital Transformation, Scholar Advises Companies To Shrink Administrative Departments And Pool Their Resources

New York — You hear it all the time: Business travel is an investment. Do corporations really believe that? Are they savvy enough to do…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Reporting Suppliers

World Travel Inc. Partners With Rome-Based Tech Firm For Reporting Chatbot

Few things jazz up Rock Blanco more than new platforms, which helps him stay cool in the face of trial and error. Such is the…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Methods Productivity Service

Goodbye Consumers, Hello Corporates: New Entrant Pivots, Signs Amex GBT To Automate Email Requests

Any corporate travel operations professional can tell you that a lot of business travel bookings start with email. Sometimes this takes the form of a…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Methods Policy Productivity

SAP Concur Shows A Bot That Would Answer Employee Questions

SAP Concur last month demonstrated a chatbot that would answer client employees’ frequently asked questions about travel and expense policies. As long as it works,…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Policy Reporting Risk

Why Use AI For Audits? ‘The Mind Gets Trained To Have A Positive Bias’

The number of fraud examiners using artificial intelligence and machine learning to detect and deter fraud is expected to triple in the next two years….

Continue Reading...
Posted in Culture Productivity Suppliers

Keesup Choe On Why Travel Management Is Slow To Get Its Upgrade

With every breakthrough in artificial intelligence, we humans must adapt our expertise. Keesup Choe, CEO at data and intelligence firm PredictX, sees automation as a…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Methods Productivity

Yael Klein On The (Digital) Error In Reasoning

Artificial intelligence will mean many things to many industries. In travel management, it already helps to personalize booking experiences for travelers. Moving forward, it also…

Continue Reading...