Published By: SAP Concur
Published Date: Sep 25, 2019
"Organizations across the globe are undertaking digital transformation (DX) journeys to maximize employee productivity, reduce operating expenses, and improve business performance. IDC interviewed multiple organizations using SAP Concur for their business travel, expense reporting, and/or invoicing needs. The interviewees told IDC they realize significant business value from SAP Concur, especially increased employee productivity and business travel savings.
Download this report to understand the steps taken by organisations to automate their business processes. "
Published By: Corrigo
Published Date: Nov 01, 2019
Think about all the ways your life today is different than it was ten years ago. Think about how you
shop, how you get around, how you plan travel, and how you stay in touch. So many things that used to
be a hassle are now almost effortless.
If your life feels different, it’s because you’re living in a new era – what experts are calling the 4th
Industrial Revolution. You’ve probably heard some of the more catch-phrased components – big data,
artificial intelligence, deep analytics. Some of these still seem like science fiction, but they are very real,
very active, and crucial parts of what we at Corrigo call the Intelligence Economy.
In the Intelligence Economy, data is collected, crunched, and activated to solve problems and create
greater value for customers, partners, and employees. It’s the information, insights, and automations that
enhance experiences, predict needs, strengthen connections, and deliver the right info or action at the
right time, in the right way. And the Intellig
Brands are seeing tremendous disruption in the areas of retail, consumer goods, and travel/ hospitality. To stay on pace with the changing needs and demands of these industries, you need to compete and thrive in new ways. Cognitive Enterprise is data-enabled, cloud-powered, transformational business. It doesn't see silos. It uses data to inform the next best step to improve processes spanning all areas of the business, including customer experience.
Brands are seeing tremendous disruption in the areas of retail, consumer goods, and travel/ hospitality. To stay on pace with the changing needs and demands of these industries, you need to compete and thrive in new ways. Cognitive Enterprise is data-enabled, cloud-powered, transformational business that breaks through organizational silos.
Hotels and the travelers who frequent them bear little resemblance to their counterparts from just a few years ago. The explosion of new technologies has allowed hotels to change the way they operate and has made the average traveler more techsavvy and connected than ever.
Mobile devices are driving this innovation. Not only have mobile devices changed how people interact with each other, they also have changed how people expect businesses to engage with them. According to SmartBrief, 40 percent of hotel guests carry three or more mobile devices. And with global mobile data traffic growing 30 percent every year according to Cisco, there will be an estimated 4.9 billion mobile users by 2018. When these mobile users travel, will they choose your hotel? Only if you have the mobile amenities they demand.
In this white paper, we will review three mobile trends that every hotelier should address, and we’ll offer recommendations on how to best address them.
As a finance manager, there are a lot of hurdles you encounter that make managing business travel more difficult than it needs to be: chasing receipts, keeping track of multiple employees traveling, making sure everyone’s on the same page with spend, etc. Thankfully, Lola.com has an answer.
Check out our latest guide,”How to Simplify Your Company’s Travel Expenses” and learn:
-The vital importance of eliminating paper receipts
-How simple guidelines improve employee compliance
-Why a digital platform helps you easily monitor and control budget
Published By: Egencia
Published Date: Jun 18, 2014
Learn the 10 best practices for implementing your corporate travel program and see how you can easily create a transition strategy, secure change management support, de-implement your incumbent travel management company, and shape a policy that meets your organizations unique travel needs.
Published By: Egencia
Published Date: May 08, 2015
In this white paper we will review the four essential features your travel management program needs:
• Balancing cost savings and customer service
• Implementing intelligent, high-level technology
• Maximizing supply relationships
• Getting the most from account management