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Whitepaper: Adapting to a Shifting Business Travel Landscape

Adapting to a Shifting Business Travel Landscape

Business Travel Whitepaper

Conventional business travel involves planes, hotel stays and restaurants. But with rising airfare, mounting hotel prices and surging per-diem costs, this traditional model of travel is becoming untenable for many companies. Faced with sky-high travel costs, business travel administrators are looking for ways to bring travel expenditures down while continuing to support a mobile workforce.

To adapt to the shifting business travel landscape, companies must strategically advance their approach to travel. Runzheimer’s latest white paper, Adapting to a Shifting Business Travel Landscape, discusses specific steps businesses should take to evolve their business travel programs including:

  • Implementing pre-trip authorization processes
  • Swapping out flights for car travel when possible
  • Better integrating cost-cutting technology like virtual conferencing solutions and mileage trackers

In addition, the paper examines the emergence of sharing economy services specifically tailored to business travel – and how companies can best capitalize on these services to cut costs while ensuring employee safety. Fill out the form and get the full whitepaper.

About Us

Founded in 1933, Runzheimer connects people, companies and their vehicles in ways that drive superior productivity and impactful business intelligence. We provide expertise, technology and world class customer service that empowers companies to move their businesses forward with confidence. As a result, our customers are able to better manage cost, reduce business risk and increase employee satisfaction in the mobile workplace.  Runzheimer is the leader in workforce mobility programs, designing and delivering business vehicle programs, relocation information services and business expense solutions. We are highly renowned and recognized for our market leading service delivery focus, an integral part of our corporate culture.

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