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A Travel Policy for the Digital Age

Balancing higher traveler satisfaction ensuring all travel costs are being recovered and controlled, is a major objective for many modern businesses, and updating your travel policy to be current with today’s technology is essential to achieving…

The REAL ID Act: Some States Still Not Compliant

As all of us in the Business Travel community have been closely monitoring the varying levels of compliance for the REAL ID Act, many states continue to lack the proper validation to meet these requirements. Driver's licenses from five states…
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Travelers Value Control, Convenience When Booking Within Policy

In today’s business travel environment, it is imperative to combine both your corporate culture with company goals when reviewing or drafting your company travel policy. In previous years, most companies focused only on the financially…
Travel Policy and Corporate Culture

Travel Policy and Corporate Culture

Midsize companies have a new set of challenges over larger companies, as they need to attract and retain top talent without the glamour and glitz of a strong brand or mass millennial corporate appeal. It is more important than ever to consider…
Increasing Policy Compliance

Increasing Policy Compliance

Building the most effective travel policy must first be based upon your corporate culture. Travelers want to feel as though their views are being considered when setting policy guidelines, yet you are being tasked with year-over-year cost cutting. A…
Travel Managers are Reconsidering Premium Air Policies

Travel Managers are Reconsidering Premium Air Policies

The major airline carriers may have begun to offer basic economy fares, along with other types of price segmentation, but businesses seem to be reviewing and, in many cases, increasing their premium air policies. Some companies are beginning…