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Over the past decade, travel program policies and the role of travel managers have changed dramatically. After the 2007–09 global financial crisis, travel programs came under closer scrutiny from procurement and finance departments, as firms sought to cut costs as much as possible. In more recent years, the pendulum has begun to swing away from heavily financially driven…
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Business travel strategies are generally developed at a global level to control and consolidate spend volume and data. The extent of centralisation of the business travel strategy is dependent on the maturity of the organisation. Reviews being conducted focus on total cost, service quality…
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Duty of Care is gaining traction both as a guiding principle among senior executives and as a legal obligation for which organizations must prepare. Among organizational leaders, there is a growing awareness that enhanced risk management practices can translate into a competitive advantage in today’s global operating…
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Global healthcare company Novo Nordisk experienced double-digit growth year over year for four years and added over 10,000 new employees.
Their travel program was fragmented and lacked transparency, with no global mandate across their 39 markets. The company’s growth amplified their need for better travel forecasting…
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