Crafting a request for proposal (RFP) is a necessary step in onboarding a new corporate travel management solution and a great opportunity to align business objectives with the most effective corporate travel management solution.
But the landscape for corporate travel management has also changed dramatically in the last decade.
Now, technical components like artificial intelligence and supplier connectivity play a bigger role in how a travel management solution performs and controls costs -- and those considerations play a critical role in making the right decision.
Many have also realized that building and delivering a product that puts the traveler front and center is the key to driving program adoption and success. That’s why it’s essential to ask the right questions around support, duty-of-care and even inventory.
This kit walks step-by-step through the RFP process while helping illustrate the key factors and nuances to consider when looking for a modern TMC that can carry them into the next decade.