What to Expect for Business Travel in 2017
Rocketrip's 2017 corporate travel outlook explains what factors will influence corporate travel spending in the year ahead, and recommends policy responses that can reduce a company's expenses.
The high cost of business travel is a problem that’s too big to ignore, but too complex to be solved overnight. Key performance indicators are the gauges that will allow you to report on objectives such as cost control, duty of care and risk compliance, and employee satisfaction.
If you work with an admin to manage your business trips, or if you book trips on behalf of colleagues, this toolkit will help simplify the process.
There's no need to write your employee travel and expense policy from scratch: this customizable template takes care of the heavy-lifting.
To see what really matters when it comes to engaging employees, look beyond gamification's bells and whistles.
Budgeting decisions impact everyone at a company, but it can be difficult to translate the underlying financial reasons to a wider audience.
Enterprise gamification has been touted as a way to make routine processes more fun and engaging for employees. But what sounds good in theory is hard to get right in practice.
No company wants to waste money on travel, but most do. Here are five tell-tale signs you have a T&E problem.
ROCKETRIP IN ACTION
Rocketrip has analyzed expense data from thousands of business trips to produce a view of how business travelers spent on flights, hotels, trains, and rental cars in the past year.
A look at how five different companies cut their travel expenses and increased policy compliance by rewarding employees for spending smart.
Hear what finance and travel professionals have to say about working with Rocketrip.