Analyzing changing travel patterns - stories from the travel front line

March 18, 2020 Amanda Greenwood

Travel policies have changed rapidly at some companies which has resulted in dramatic changes to travel patterns. Our account managers are pulling data and reports regularly to help our clients from all angles, whether it’s keeping on top of getting travelers home or to assess what tickets are available to them when travel picks up again.  

Krissy Franke, Travel and Transport Account ManagerOne client requested information on the company’s change in travel patterns for the VP of Risk, who was making a presentation to the president, CFO and others the next day. Their account manager Krissy Franke spent hours pulling raw data about bookings and cancellations from various tools for the VP to include in the presentation. It was more complex than normal requests due to the fact data was needed from various platforms for specific time frames, comparing 2019 to 2020. 

The client praised Krissy for her “outstanding” work at getting the data to them for the next day, adding “Krissy was an integral part of this research today. Thanks much for the support you all continually provide.”   

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