Industry observers have watched SAP Concur dominate the corporate travel space since Cliqbook (Concur) took over the reign from GetThere. Today, Concur has an integrated solution for clients across most of the corporate travel supply chain – front end booking to...
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has highlighted that corporate travel compliance is the most important topic in the industry right now. Here are some best practices to follow.
Why Everything In Corporate Travel Will Change John Rose, Chief Risk Officer Altour Brandon Strauss, CEO/Founder CapTravCOVID-19 has tested our Risk Management programs like never before. While many companies scrambled to locate and help their travelers get home...
We saw great promise for an innovative technology that could potentially change the way the industry thinks about procurement, preferred supplier deals, and capturing program leakage.
No matter how well you manage your corporate travel program, chances are you have at least a few travelers who are convinced that they can find cheaper rates on air, car, and hotel purchases on their own.
My sense that yet another year has flown by reveals something about my age for sure. On the other hand, it is undeniable that industry change came fast in 2019 and has left an indelible mark as we close out the year.
Atlanta, GA, January 1, 2020. CapTrav announced the general availability of a new company website for customers, prospects and partners.
When hoteliers advertise booking direct as the lowest-cost option, and when front-desk agents tell travelers they cannot receive loyalty points because you booked through a third party, how do you address “What’s in it for me?” and bring your travelers back into the managed program?
Atlanta, GA, December 6, 2019. CapTrav, the leading provider of data aggregation and compliance management to the corporate travel industry, today announced that XPO Logistics, Inc. (NYSE: XPO) has selected the CapTrav solution as its company standard
Strictly defined, corporate travel leakage is any air, car, or hotel booking that a traveler makes outside of corporate policy. Typically, corporate travel leakage refers to a traveler who does not book through his company’s Travel Management Company (TMC). If your...