Flexibility versus compliance – finding the right balance to meet the needs of the modern business traveller

In an increasingly fragmented travel marketplace, and amid the proliferation of technologies that offer more choice than ever, corporate travel buyers are increasingly walking a tightrope between flexibility and sensible travel policy, new research from the Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE) shows.

 

Summary:

  • New ‘Balancing Business Travel Tools & Policy for the Traveller Experience’ report from ACTE Global and American Express Global Business Travel highlights travellers are increasingly demanding to control their travel experiences;
  • Report highlights that travel executives must adapt practices as they continue to align travel programmes with organisational objectives and resource constraints.
  • Findings show growing emphasis on balancing policy with quality of life and autonomy on the road – 37% rise in enquiries about work-life balance.
  • Security remains a top priority for both travellers and managers, with 46% of respondents receiving an increasing amount of enquires about personal safety, although the rate is declining.

 

Its new study ‘Balancing Business Travel Tools & Policy for the Traveller Experience’, the latest instalment of its ‘Modern Business Traveller Series’ in conjunction with American Express Global Business Travel, highlights travellers are increasingly demanding to control their travel experiences – and travel executives must adapt as they continue to align travel programmes with organisational objectives and resource constraints.

 

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Article originally published on blueswandaily.com

 

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