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COVID-19 has transformed the business travel landscape. With many offices closed either temporarily or permanently and large portions of workforces working remotely, travel managers’ priorities have shifted.
Data analytics has the potential to transform how companies organise, operate, manage their travel, and create value. Here are five clear ways data and automation can help business travel managers identify missed savings in a post-COVID world.
On 9 June's Travel Meet Asia session on 'Travel Managers' New Priorities', we explore some of the ways we see travel managers’ priorities shifting post-COVID.
Apps which were once optional has now become a necessity. Amongst the sea of apps out there, many altruistic ones have also emerged from the pandemic and gained traction; move over Zoom and Tik Tok, here are our top picks among these do-good apps.
Speaking with FCM Travel’s Global Safety & Risk Product Leader, Matthew DeMaris, we dive into some key developments happening in the travel risk management space, as well as some best practices companies can implement to ensure their risk management approach is built for the future.
With a significant change in the proportion of which corporate travel makes up the total activity of travel, and the future profile of travelling segments likely to change fundamentally. As we look to the years ahead, Bertrand Saillet, MD at FCM Asia, discusses how to prevent corporate travel from having its own “Kodak Moment”.
As an extension of FCM’s continued commitment in the Duty of Care space in 2021 in readying travellers to get back on the runway, we have kicked off the year with two strategic partnerships with the goal to provide end-to-end integrated service capabilities to customers.
Vaccinations against COVID-19 have started at a differing pace around the world. The approval and roll-out of more vaccines is largely seen as a positive step for the return of business travel but it’s only part of the story, and there is still much that we do not know.
Fifty percent of organisations have begun travelling again, but with stipulations, according to the third phase of the ‘State of the Market’ survey by global TMC, FCM Travel.
Effective travel management lies in knowing when to use the various tools at your disposal – when to ‘do it yourself’, when to use an Online Booking Tool (OBT) and when to turn to your trusted Travel Management Company (TMC).
Although the primary function of a TMC is to arrange business travel, the value of working with a TMC goes far beyond the functional. A TMC can provide the same level of knowledge and expertise as a lawyer or accountant does in their professional field.
As business travel represents a significant cost for companies, making sure it’s effective and productive increasingly means investing in your traveller’s wellbeing.