travel in the U.S. has seen a steady resurgence over the past few years
as the economy left the recession in the rear view mirror. Recently the
conversation within the business travel industry has been dominated by
changing consumer behavior and technological innovation. Travel policy,
once dictatorial in nature, is morphing into a softer version of itself
where travelers' behavior exerts more influence than ever. Their
reliance on smartphones has resulted in mobile turning into the
cornerstone of every strategy, T&E are intricately linked, and new
concepts like Open Booking are gaining acceptance.
U.S. Corporate Travel Report: Market Size and Trends provides a
comprehensive view of the state of the managed travel sector in the U.S.
It includes complete market sizing and forecasts, along with the key
metrics and dynamics that will shape the arena through 2017. The report
also identifies a range of technology-centered trends that are
significantly impacting the corporate travel distribution landscape.
Key topics include:
travel market sizing (with projections through 2017), including
proportion of total U.S. travel market and comparison to
leisure/unmanaged business travel
- Online penetration and the use of online booking tools in the corporate travel marketplace
- Intermediary versus supplier-direct bookings, with projections through 2017
- Corporate travel spend across key expense categories – air, hotel, car rental and rail – along with key priorities through 2017
booking tools and key U.S. corporate travel technology trends,
including: Open Booking, enhanced reporting solutions, traveler tracking
services and more
- Travel management priorities and traveler behavior
its detailed assessment of the U.S. corporate travel landscape –
including market sizing, analysis and technology trends – Phocuswright's
Corporate Travel Report: Market Size and Trends is an essential
resource for corporate travel buyers and suppliers.