Posted in Methods Policy Risk

On Plugging Leakage, Nothing New Except The Urgency

There is now plenty of justification for senior managers to authorize, and business travelers to follow, tighter booking-channel policies. For companies unable to mandate that…

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Posted in Policy Risk

John Rose Vs. Covid-19

Altour chief risk officer John Rose has spoken on 36 webinars since the novel coronavirus outbreak. A former U.S. Marine, Rose’s mission is to eliminate…

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Posted in Policy Reporting Risk

Coronavirus Exposes Weaknesses In Business Traveler Tracking

It’s unfortunate when an event requires an emergency review of tracking systems so employers can help business travelers out of harm’s way. Worse yet is…

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Posted in Reporting Risk Suppliers

Key Partnership, Acquisition Boost Everbridge’s Position In Travel Risk Management

Serving the emergency response niche within employee duty of care, publicly traded Everbridge has signed nearly 4,000 new enterprise customers during the past eight years….

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TRM Firms Use Location-Based Messaging For Pro-Privacy ‘Tracking,’ Risk Mitigation

WorldAware expects next week to enable app messaging that pushes alerts to client employees based on where they turn up and allows organizations to see…

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The Year In Polls: Travel Risk Is Ubiquitous, Preparation Isn’t

It’s clear that travel risk management is a top priority for travel management professionals (1, 2). Recent industry research, though, showed companies are at varying stages…

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Travel Risk Management Firms Explore Single Sign-On Access

Passwords are annoying. Resetting one in the midst of a crisis is particularly frustrating. But that’s exactly what many corporate managers need to do before finding out…

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