Integrating Rideshare in Managed Travel Programs 

Date: Tuesday, March 27, 2018
Time: 1 PM ET / 10 AM PT 
Duration: 60 min with Live Q&A

The corporate travel industry is rapidly evolving with the expansion of on-demand ground transportation options, driven by innovations in technology, and new waves of Millennial travelers who have a differentiated set of expectations. Your travelers are most likely using ridesharing, but are your policies and partnerships allowing your travelers to benefit from streamlined expense, data, and other integrations?

In this free, BTN Group “In The Know” webinar, created in partnership with sponsor Lyft Business, learn how integrating rideshare data with travel management company reporting is enabling employers to gain new insights into traveler trends and a more holistic picture of their travelers end-to-end trip experiences. Partnerships like those of Lyft, Deem and Flight Centre are allowing businesses to make strategic transportation decisions that provide optimized experiences for their people.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand how travel managers can improve employee travel by leveraging valuable data for expense, duty of care, and savings
  • Explain how ridesharing has helped companies drive productivity, reduce costs, and offer a better quality of life for their people
  • Determine when and where a ridesharing program is the optimal transportation option for their organization based on the type of travel, city, and the traveler’s schedule

About the Speakers

Mike Daly is Vice President, Travel & Car Service, for Deem, responsible for driving revenue in the travel and car service channels. To that end, he has been working with travel management companies, suppliers and car service operators for more than 12 years. He has 25+ years of experience in sales and business development with companies that include Xerox, United Airlines, Sabre, and the New York Mets Baseball Club.

Jennifer Dzialo leads the land product program for Flight Centre’s corporate brands in the USA as Product Director. Since joining Flight Centre six years ago, she has been responsible for developing strategic partnerships and creating product offerings to provide value to clients and a positive travel experience to their travelers. She manages a team of regional product managers who work closely with local travel managers, suppliers, and agents to understand the marketplace, all integral to the launch of new partnerships in rideshare, prepaid hotel and rate optimization tools. Previously, Dzialo worked in hotel sales, marketing and management.

Amit Patel leads business development efforts for Lyft’s enterprise suite of products as Director of Business Development, and focuses on forming strategic partnerships within the corporate travel and healthcare spaces. He has been with Lyft for seven years. He also is involved in numerous non-profits, including Traveling Stories and the America Indian Foundation. He is a mentor at 500 Startups and advises several startups including DUFL, Hey Emmy, and PrestoDoctor. 


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Mike Daly
Vice President,
Travel & Car Service,

Deem


Jennifer Dzialo
Product Director,
Flight Centre USA

Amit Patel
Director of Business Development,
Lyft Business



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