Business travelers have a stressful job. From last minute flight changes to lost luggage, the on-the-go lifestyle takes a toll on the traveler. But with the rise of technology, many aspects of business travel have gotten easier—things like finding a ride (Uber, Lyft), getting a last minute hotel (Airbnb, HotelTonight), or getting a meal are now simplified and can be completed with a few button taps. But what if you want to take your stay in a new city one step further?
Employee T&E expenses are a significant part of your company’s budget, and with good reason: your corporate travelers are on the road, building relationships with partners and clients — and boosting business along the way. Make sure your expense report process is the best it can be. Make it mobile!
Travelling for work can have a variety of benefits. However, it can also become a logistical and financial headache. Delayed flights, slow traffic, long customs lines, lack of sleep (or battery life) and constantly living out of a suitcase can take a toll on even the most seasoned business traveller.