Most Business Travel Programs Lack A Mobile Strategy

Posted on August 26, 2016

Much of the business travel community will turn to mobile for various tasks such as itinerary management and perhaps some simple bookings and expense management.

A fresh study from the GBTA Foundation and Carlson Wagonlit Travel reveals 69% of ‘travel professionals’ say their program does not have a strategy for mobile.

It's on the way however, with 64% saying their organization plans to implement one within two years and a further 26% say within three years.

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Related Topics: business travel, corporate travel, mobile technology, research and trends

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