According to a recent survey of nearly 800 travel managers across the globe, efforts will be prioritized around cost control. The top three include driving air and ground transportation savings, improving traveler compliance and optimizing hotel spend.
These priorities are very much in line with the order of priorities for 2012, and have recently been covered by our bloggers. So, what does this mean for you? What can you do to help support your travel program? Check out the blog posts listed below for some ideas, and let us know if there are other ideas we haven’t covered.
Driving air and ground transportation savings:
• Business travelers: tips to save on air and ground
• Traveler behaviors can drive savings on air and ground transportation costs
Improving traveler compliance:
• Travel policies: why follow the rules
• Guest post: Influence, not control, will move the needle
Optimizing hotel spend:
• Hotels: savings is in the details