Learn what travel program strategies are making the biggest impact for our clients
BlueScope is a global leader in premium coated and painted steel products. A primary focus for BlueScope is health and safety for their employees, which applies across all of their locations globally.
With a 300-year heritage, RSA is a multinational quoted insurance group. RSA operates three core business segments: Canada, Scandinavia and UK & International; and has the capability to write business in over 100 countries.
A global tech firm with operations in 18 global locations, and an annual travel spend of $60M
FCM’s in-depth fact-finding process, development of a tailored service model and customised technology to suit Holcim’s business has created a new level of travel efficiency for Holcim.
Case study: New travel program for University of Wollongong Following a two-year transformation journey, the University of Wollongong now operates a market-leading travel program that is delivering ongoing efficiencies for the university.
The NSW division of Vinnies has consolidated its travel program with FCM, helping the non-profit achieve great travel results.
Founded in 2003 and now one of Australia’s largest iron ore producers, Fortescue Metals Group produces 170 million tonnes of iron ore annually. Learn how FCM collaborated with Fortescue to launch innovative technology for FIFO travel management.
Edmund Rice Education Australia has saved $250,000 on airfares as a result of its strong travel partnerships and strategic travel program management.
Our client - a global pharmaceutical company - had a mature air program through which it was spending more than $25m across more than a dozen countries. It wanted to find $400,000+ in incremental savings and achieved this, going from total air contract savings in Year 1 of $2,008,514 to $2,418,078 in Year 2 - an increase of 20.4%.
FCM had managed the travel program for our client - a world leader in electronic optical equipment and analytical instrumentation for high-end scientific and industrial research and development - for more than a decade.
As a top 250 Australian company, in 2017 our client booked 7,234 room nights in 46 hotels across four countries worth $1.6. With compliance at 75%, coverage was 74%. A year later, its program had found savings of 4-8% with room nights increased to 7,750 in 82 hotels.
With 359 hotels in 28 countries booking 61,000 hotel rooms worth $13.6m, our client’s current program had compliance of 80% and coverage of 93%. Working together savings of 4.5% were found in our new program with a rise in the number of hotels to 402 and compliance increasing to 89%.