Tag Archives: Choice

Kellogg Company Turns To Agents For Card And Expense Help, Takes A Rocketrip

By | August 9, 2018

Under intense cost containment pressure during the past three years, Kellogg Company senior director of corporate services Cecile Mutch reinvented the travel department and boosted her role along the way. However, she didn’t always get her way. The Michigan-based, $13 billion global cereals and snacks maker in 2015 joined others in its industry with a zero-based budgeting approach to spending.… Read More »

GBTA Speakers Attempt To Answer Virtual Payment’s Questions

By | August 1, 2016

Denver – Despite its headaches, travel management pros who use virtual payment say it’s too beneficial to pass up. Speakers here during the Global Business Travel Association convention last month raised, and attempted to answer, the many questions. Virtual payment is a popular option for travelers without corporate cards. It cuts accounting reconciliation times and protects against fraud.… Read More »

‘Book Direct’ Perception Challenge Trumps Rate Access Problems

By | May 31, 2016

Most of the recently announced members-only rates from major hotel chains are available in managed travel channels, but that’s not the whole point. Business travelers may still think they can get better rates elsewhere. Absent strong policies related to hotel bookings, travel managers need to wield all the communication and engagement tools at their disposal to educate employees… Read More »