Finding the right travel management company (TMC) for your business can be tough. Finding the right travel management company during a global pandemic? Now that’s a challenge. To help, FCM has compiled five critical steps you’ll want to keep in mind when going out to bid for your next travel management provider.
To help our customers make informed choice when it comes to accommodation, we’ve rounded up some of the key ways FCM and our preferred hotel partners are working to support travelers.
With unprecedented times comes the need for flexibility, especially with something as important as travel policy. While the common solution may be changing your travel policy all together, a more practical approach is to implement an interim travel policy. Start with this step by step guide.
One of the biggest topics in business travel right now is travel risk management - otherwise known as Duty of Care to your employees. Download our guide to keeping your employees safe while they travel.
Business travelers face a number of risks ranging from environmental factors to canceled flights. With so much to consider when it comes to effectively managing risk, what steps should companies take to ensure the safety of their employees on the go?
NDC allows airlines to distribute their content in real-time, and sets a standard for the APIs available to TMCs, travel agents, travel aggregators and corporates. The noise around NDC is getting louder by the day. But what does it mean for you?
We recently conducted a Business Traveler Survey in the Americas. The findings provided valuable insight into the average business traveler’s behavior and trends, and the importance of technology and human assistance in travel programs.
A survey of corporate travel buyers from around the world in 2017 by ACTE highlighted how business travel preferences are changing by an increase in use of market disruptors such as sharing economy lodgings (up by 25%), app-based transportation (up by 56%), and ride shares (up by 50%).
A hot topic for business in 2018, Behavioral Economics, is a relatively new field that combines insights from psychology, judgement, decision making and economics to generate a more accurate understanding of human behavior (Harvard Business Review 2017).