Middle East and Africa
Travel and Expense is about to get simpler, safer, better, and easier to manage.
When businesses look at travel experiences and best practices in terms of reinvention, not merely resilience, the tools they use to travel will continue to improve and evolve. It won’t be a quick trip however – it’s going to take a little work.
• It’s going to take some convincing to assure business travelers it’s safe to get back out on the road, in the air, and on the rails – that they won’t get sick or bring infection back home to their families. Travel managers take on this and other challenges all while balancing the risks and costs of travel for the company.
• It’s going to take a literal doubling-down on sustainable practices to satisfy employees’, customers’, and corporate expectations, and companies that think last year’s commitments are good enough are going to find out just how much more they have to do to upgrade their existing travel policy.
• It’s going to take innovative tools and technologies that focus on the unique and complex rules, regulations, and tax requirements of the countries in which you do business.
• And it will require the power of the cloud to oversee it all.
To help you feel prepared and improve your T&E program, especially during these uncertain times, here are some recommendations with a few “quick wins” to put into practice when it comes to Travel and Expense management.
Download the report to learn more about the current trends when it comes to travel safety, responsible travel, and duty of care, or you can watch our webinar here.