Mobile Connectivity Continues to Define the Experience for Business Travelers

Originally posted on January 18, 2016

As more and more business travelers use mobile devices to stay connected to their work throughout their trips, demand for mobile connectivity is on the rise.

Women business travelers tend to use their mobile devices more than men throughout their trips, for a range of uses from social media to travel apps.

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Employees at mid-sized companies are traveling as often as those at large enterprises. And both groups have shown dissatisfaction with some of the tools available to them for reporting expenses.

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As airlines more commonly charge for extras, like baggage check, many business travelers now want these fees to be covered under their company’s travel policy.

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