See how we’ve helped clients achieve their business travel goals.
Having grown from a family-owned company to operating in over 20 countries, Charles River Laboratories needed to globally consolidate their travel program for the first time. Discover how strong collaboration made it possible.
Terumo BCT wanted to attain savings by improving traveler compliance while at the same time achieving integrated global reporting and consolidation. Read how they made it happen.
Slalom sought to optimize travel spend and improve the hotel experience for their travelers. Learn how FCM Consulting identified opportunities to save money and maximize their hotel program value.
Read how Enerpac was faced with consolidating their travel & expense systems from multiple local and regional programs to one unified global program to drive greater visibility of travel spend and activity.
AECOM and FCM have been working together for 10 years. Find out how we put our experience to the test to help this Fortune 500 company manage their travel and new business objectives throughout COVID-19.
With a directive towards program improvement, FCM collaborated with Toyota to streamline processes, ensure a better traveler experience and deliver “Travel Reimagined”, even in the face of a pandemic.
FCM utilized a proactive and well-rehearsed approach to critical situations through customized measures and a global network. Read about this five-prong approach to risk management support and other important solutions for traveling in a health crisis.
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.
Leading technology firm with operations in 18 global locations, and an annual travel spend of $60M
Our client - a global pharmaceutical company - had a mature air programme 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%.
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.
Our client is an Infrastructure Services Business who in 2017 booked 68,500 room nights worth $11.1m in 110 hotels across two countries, with compliance at 70%. A year later this increased to 80% with significant total savings across in 2018 of $912k.