ACTE call to simplify travel
TRAVEL managers are struggling to manage complex, multi-layered travel programs, according to newly released research from the Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE).
“Travel managers and travellers alike long for a simpler system for business travel—it’s become beyond onerous for many of them to navigate policies, processes and outdated tools as new technologies have been phased in without the opportunity to phase out older ones,” said Greeley Koch, executive director of ACTE.
Koch said simplification could help meet higher-priority business objectives.
Other priorities uncovered in the study include travel safety, cost reduction and data security.
The full study is available for download - CLICK HERE.