This research guide makes 17 recommendations for managing travel and expenses in 2023.
Amid mass tech layoffs and inflation, here are thirteen ways to preserve cash during uncertain times.
Watch TravelBank’s deep to understand the effects of “forever remote” workforces on expense policies
Iterable implemented Egencia in 2019. Immediately the traveler experience was clunky, and receipt management was “a nightmare.”
Avoid rigid travel policies that create extra work for finance and ops teams.
Since working with TravelBank, FiscalNote has seen some radical changes.
Implementing an expense management solution can generate incredible ROI compared to inefficient, manual management.
We share tactical advice for streamlining expenses to preserve cash and strengthen your position.
In this checklist, you'll learn seven strategies to grow, optimize and protect the value of your virtual card program.
Automation minimizes wasted time, money, and compliance risk.
How to apply your customized travel policy to the TravelBank app and the major shift you’ll see in compliance.
Track & report all of your spend, leakage, and trends in one place.
Run a strong work from home program, with leaders from Brex, Fitbod, and Skyroam.
Real examples of what your peers are doing for their travel policy and why you should or shouldn’t follow suit.
Watch the tour to see how our booking platform can transform all aspects of your business travel.
The commercial payments landscape has changed. Are you ready to move forward?
A solid plan for your travel investments and the right technology will give confidence back to your travelers and your finance team.
How finance teams can control spend proactively, improve data accuracy, and simplify reconciliation.
A travel management company streamlines the day-to-day operations of business travel programs.
What are other companies doing, how T&E has changed, and what new tech should you leverage?
TravelBank users can reserve rentals from over 40 different car rental companies across 200 countries.
When you’re booking a hotel for your next business trip, make sure you’re selecting a rate that makes sense for you.
Your employees need a fast and efficient way to make purchases and keep operations moving.
Book your next trip, add a new personal card for payments, or drill into card transactions with ease.
Expense software ensures accuracy and compliance under the Sunshine Act.
Increase visibility by monitoring travel spend, employee savings, and travel trends on one user-friendly dashboard.
It’s your turn to earn! Booking lodging under the average rate earns you Rewards points.
Candidates can book travel within policy, receive itineraries booked on their behalf, track and submit trip expenses, and get reimbursed quickly.
The U.S. Bank Instant Card is a fast, efficient, and easy way for to extend purchasing power without giving up control.
Seventy-seven million full-time employees don't have a corporate credit card.
Monitor all of your spend, leakage, and trends in one place.
Provides travelers with a single, beautifully designed experience to book all of their flights, hotels, and cars.
We use a multi-tiered approach and continue to evolve our security capabilities with the highest standards available.
Download and customize TravelBank's white-labeled travel and expense policy.
Companies who use TravelBank save an average of up to 40% on their travel and expense program. How much can your business save?
Learn what to look for in a travel and expense software partner.
In this checklist, you'll learn how to evaluate travel and expense technologies.
Compare our integrated travel and expense solutions – flexible and easy to implement for teams of all sizes, available as an annual subscription or monthly pay per use.
Using Excel spreadsheets and paper receipts made monthly reporting stressful.
Three staff members manage travel and calendars for seven different executives.
Rewards allowed the finance team to incentivize employees to save money when they book travel.
Clearlink employees were individually booking their travel online, resulting in minimal insight and control.