Move over limo and keep idling taxicab, because more people are hopping into ridesharing vehicles when they’re on the job. Travel managers have to ask the question: How will ridesharing services impact our T&E policy and expense management process?
Technology innovations have ushered in a new set of rules for business travelers and their corporate travel managers. Sophisticated yet user-friendly enterprise systems and cloud-based software services have made working anytime/anyplace the new reality for today’s professionals—and many have embraced it with open arms. Or, shall we say, with connected devices?
If you’re a business traveler that frequently hits the road for conferences, client meetings and trade shows, you’ve likely become accustomed to the ups and downs of life on the road. Whether it be issues at the airport or a slow-down at the local Rent-A-Car, travel often comes with a few hiccups.
Stress is all too often the business traveler’s unwelcome companion. People who travel for work, especially those who head out of town frequently, are burdened with breaks in their routine, lost time and any number of inconveniences that can add up to feeling frustrated, tired and stressed.