Savings Through Behavior Change

As covered in Business Travel Executive (Source: BTE), a new study from Tripkicks found that when travelers are rewarded for making decisions that save their companies money, a change in behavior will result that benefits both parties. While cutting costs through automation, negotiations and restrictive travel policies has been effective, additional savings can come from managing traveler behavior. 

Tripkicks provides a traveler-centric platform, where significant cost savings are fueled by employee flexibility and empowerment. When business travelers spend less than their trip budget using Tripkicks technology, they keep a portion of the savings.

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