Best travel data analytics for travel managers
1. FairFly Insights
Designed from the ground up using FairFly’s access to a unique range of business travel data sources. Consider FairFly Insights a Consulting-as-as-Service platform that will uncover actionable insights that can augment everything from Supplier Negotiations and Policy Decisions to managing IROPS, Unused Tickets, and Airline Refunds.
The most advanced and unique features use a range of data sources to model travel policy and compliance alternatives. Think as the ability to look at the road not traveled. These models enable travel managers to see what the implications of changing lowest logical or advance purchase policies are without having to test them using trial and error.
BCD Travel’s consulting arm, Advito, focuses on improving program efficiency, cost-effectiveness and corporate traveler experience. Advito’s intelligence and analytics practice has a long and distinguished history as a travel program consultancy looking at consulting engagements from a holistic perspective.
Simplifying and aggregating business travel and expense data in one place, PredictX Travel aims to provide a fuller view of travel program costs. Bringing expenses outside of agency systems from multiple verticals leads to better decision making in the PredictX dashboard.
Deloitte Business Travel, as part of one of the world’s largest consulting organizations, focuses on providing clients with a full breadth and data to power risk assessment and compliance-related issues. Drawing on their knowledge and experience with global taxation, Deloitte’s travel analytics dashboard interrogates your data to identify potential compliance risks.
5. TripActions Consulting
Using industry expertise, in-house BI and data analytics technology, TripActions consulting looks at providing a traveler-first view of how travel insights should be interpreted. Launched at GBTA 2019, the combination of market data and strategic counsel aims to arm travel managers with improved decision-making ability when it comes to the increased range of supplier differentiated products.