Posted September 26, 2012 - Nashville

Corporate Buyers: Consumerization Is Hyped, But Should Not Be Ignored

Corporate travel buyers speaking at The Beat Live here this month described a more nuanced view of consumerization than the false policy-versus-freedom choice portrayed by some headlines. Read More »
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Posted February 24, 2012

Buyers Demand Industry Change In 'Corporate Travel Manifesto'

It's not every day that a "manifesto" lands in my inbox. Product pitches, sure. Press releases, absolutely. But a manifesto? Those are angry tomes banged out on typewriters by malcontents in the woods. Read More »
Posted by: Jay Boehmer | More by Jay Boehmer
Posted February 14, 2012

COMMENT: Innovation, Utility Of Runzheimer's New Benchmarking Tool TBD

Runzheimer International this week announced it is developing a benchmarking tool that allows managed business travelers to compare Runzheimer's air, ground and lodging benchmarks in 200 U.S. and 100 foreign cities with rates from their chosen booking solutions, and virtually bank any savings they obtain once the trip is expensed. Read More »
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Posted February 7, 2012

Managed Travel 2.0

Managed travel is experiencing a major shift. Thanks to technological innovation and competition, leisure travel offerings are in many cases outpacing those in corporate travel, especially when it comes to price and traveler experience. As a result, business travelers are questioning the value of managed travel services, while corporate leaders are questioning the value of policy-based programs. Read More »
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