Every company has a different way of organizing itself, but what is certain is that there are essential corporate travel reports when it comes to your business travel management. With this in mind, to improve your travel policy, here are 3 statistical reports that a company needs.
The 3 statistical reports for your business travel management
- Expense Report
- Advanced Booking Report
- CO2 Emissions Report
Every company wants to know how many expenses are incurred, even when it comes to business travel. Therefore, the first statistical report that you must absolutely incorporate in your travel management is the expense report. Indeed, this statistical report is essential since it allows you to have the global amount of expenses, which allows you to follow the evolution of your objectives in terms of budget.
Reservations made in advance
For organizational or budgetary reasons, it is recognized that the earlier you book, the cheaper it will be. However, it is sometimes difficult to know if business travelers book their business trips in advance. That’s why it’s important to know this information. In other words, it will be easier to understand the company’s booking habits. In addition, knowing that the company has this type of data may cause travelers to change the way they book.
Corporate travel reports on CO2 emissions
Protecting the environment has been an important issue for several years. Indeed, videoconferences are more and more democratized. But we must not forget that business travel is still mandatory for certain events. “Whatever we do, we always emit greenhouse gases,” says Catherine Noppen, a professor at the Institut de tourisme et d’hôtellerie du Québec. This is why knowing your CO2 emissions are relevant if you want to reduce them and reach your objectives.