Rocketrip Insights is the most comprehensive travel analytics tool on the market. It turns thousands of trips and spending decisions into a clear, complete picture of corporate travel.
An increasing number of companies are reducing their travel costs by incentivizing employees to spend less on their trips. Skift magazine profile two Rocketrip clients who have introduced rewards programs into their travel management.
Rocketrip's Dan Ruch talks to TravelPulse about how companies can motivate their business travelers to spend less on trips, and how those business travelers can spend less time stuck at the airport.
Skift magazine interviews Dan Ruch about flexible, cost-effective travel management, and calls Rocketrip's progressive approach "a win-win for business travelers and their employers."
Citi's leadership team selected Rocketrip from more than 100 tech companies that were invited to propose digital solutions to the organization's most pressing HR challenges.
Rocketrip CEO Dan Ruch writes in Fast Company about the evolving priorities and spending habits of the next generation of business travelers.
Rocketrip users can now redeem exclusive deals from HotelTonight, Breather, FoundersCard, LoungeBuddy, Uber, and more. By introducing perks from companies that reduce the costs of travel, and by rewarding travelers for using these cost-effective options, Rocketrip has become the de facto rewards platform for the sharing economy and travel 3.0 companies.
Dan Ruch writes in TechCrunch about how new services like Uber and Airbnb are changing the decisions that business travelers make when planning their trips.
The Financial Times profiles how employees at Opower are going above and beyond to save on travel using Rocketrip. “We’re giving people control over their travel experience and that’s what they want,” says Charles Mayer, director of operations and investor relations at Opower.
Rocketrip made Buying Business Travel's annual Hotlist of travel disrupters. In this Q&A, Dan Ruch discusses the innovations that are transforming corporate travel and expense management.
Dan Ruch believes that one of the challenges in business travel is that business travelers do not get how difficult travel managers have it. He wrote this guest post in TechCrunch to try to explain some of the madness.
A look at how business travelers are embracing the sharing economy, featuring Rocketrip's analysis of average saving realized by booking through Airbnb instead of hotels.
An in-depth profile of how Rocketrip is changing the business travel equation, including interviews with clients Opower and FreeWheel.
A detailed, informative interview with Dan Ruch, founder and CEO of Rocketrip, about everything from the future of managed travel to setting a start-up up for success.
Inc. details how Rocketrip reduces corporate travel spend while also benefiting employees, explaining how the program draws inspiration from Google's internal travel incentives program.
The Wall Street Journal covers Rocketrip's launch and intention to "make business travel as cost-efficient as personal travel."