CapTrav provides you comprehensive and normalized data no matter where your travelers book. The result is that you can take advantage of travel spend that occurs outside of your approved TMC and leverage that spend with your suppliers. Use our powerful benchmarking and analytics tool to determine areas of opportunity to improve traveler behavior and enhance supplier negotiations
Total Visibility, Regardless Of Data Source
Complete program data visibility requires insight into not only those bookings through the TMC but also those booked through other channels. It also requires that all supplier data is normalized, providing powerful information unmatched by expense, card, or accounting data.
The Data You Need For Your Next Supplier Negotiation
Do you have easy access to all of your air, car, and hotel booking data no matter where it was booked? Are you confident you have the information you need to successfully negotiate supplier deals? Do you have city pair data by airline, fare class, and advance purchase? Hotel data 100% normalized? With CapTrav, this level of supplier detail is standard.
Know Where Your Employees Are, Regardless Of Compliance
Your duty of care policies and procedures must extend to all travelers in your business. The challenge is that rogue travel spend creates a blind spot in your duty of care program that can be a source of significant risk to your company. CapTrav can help.
How Does Your Travel Spend Stack-Up Against Industry Standards?
How do you know if your numbers are telling you a story that is good or bad? You can compare against prior quarters to get an idea of improvement, but do your numbers compare with others in your industry? With CapTrav Reporting and Benchmarking, getting that information is easy.
All Your Travel Data Available at a Glance
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