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ProcureCon Travel 2017 Attendee List
Who will you be mixing and mingling with at ProcureCon Travel? Apple? Boeing? IBM? Nike? Find out by downloading the attendee list today! Updated May 1, 2017
Procurement in the Pilot’s Seat: The 2017 ProcureCon Travel Benchmarking Report
Click the image on the left to download now! In the recent past, proving the value of Travel and Meetings to key business stakeholders could be a challenge. Today, the value of Travel and Meetings is well established, and businesses across the spectrum of maturity and industry are embracing the category with confidence. The next step is managing value creation and establishing metrics such as ROI that capture the attention of leaders within the business. Key topics include: Managing corporate travel & meetings in a global age Procurement’s role in travel sourcing Developing Procurement’s visibility of Travel and Meetings spend through technology
Growing procurement’s role in travel and meetings management
Click on the left to download now! As the procurement function grows into a centralized,empowered function within many businesses, travel and meetings are increasingly coming under its purview. With the majority of procurement teams managing travel and meetings doing so from either a centralized or center-lead department structure, the growth of procurement’s mandate in their organizations is growing to include these categories.
Breaking the Hotel Sourcing Cycle
In this concise and informative report, Advito walks you through how to avoid common pitfalls in the hotel sourcing cycle, expertly detailing areas where businesses lose value and the role that technology plays in bringing spending into closer management with better outcomes. This report is a must for any who have been wondering how to recapture more of their accommodations spending! Click the image to the left to claim you copy!
Achieving Breakthrough Savings with Traveler Demand and Behavior Strategies
For years, travel category management teams have applied the same tactics for managing employee behavior as part of their approach to achieve savings. But managing travel demand requires new efforts to help travelers make the best purchasing decisions they can.This post-webinar report focuses on two key strategic areas—demand and behavior— that help travel teams change how employees choose to travel. It also provides a glimpse into the revolutionary travel strategies from the Global Travel & Event team at LinkedIn.
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