A new report from Amadeus finds that big data analytics and planning are being neglected by established travel brands, who prefer to use older legacy systems to handle flight planning and hotel logistics.
When I was conducting my own personal census of the most productive places on the planet to work, airports did not quite ascend to the top of the list. In fact, they didn't make the list at all. For one thing, layovers usually aren't long enough to get work done.
But let's assume for a moment you are at the airport and have no choice — your flight's not going anywhere anytime soon. You're grounded. But you've got work to do. What to do? And, more important, where to do it?
Managing your travel expenses is a key way to cut your company's costs. But for business travelers, managing those expenses well is also important in ensuring that you get reimbursed fully and promptly.
As self-described "Road Warriors," where the rubber meets the road is where spend our lives. Sometimes as business travelers that road takes us to sketchy places where other travelers wouldn't ordinarily venture or into unexpected situations far from home.