Where Should Managed Travel Report in Corporations?

Thu, Oct 18, 2018 1:02 PM EDT{LOCAL_TZ}

Travel management in recent years has increasingly reported to procurement or finance to best control costs. However, as more companies consider business travel as a tactic to grow their businesses and navigate talent wars, travel management is more frequently working in tandem with human resources, sales and other teams to re-evaluate policies, practices, costs and perks of the job.

Join us for a discussion of the pros and cons of various reporting structures in this 60-minute BTN Group thought-leadership webinar, sponsored by Air Canada. Hear case studies from travel managers, perspectives from industry experts and ask your own questions during the live Q&A session.


About the Speakers

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Steven Schoen
Senior Director, Mobility Services Americas
Siemens Corp.
Steven Schoen is Senior Director of Mobility Services for the Americas for Siemens Corp. In 2017, Business Travel News named him Travel Manager of the Year, recognizing his strategic partnership skills, ability to win over executive leadership teams and partnership with human resources. During more than 20 years in travel, he previously served as a travel manager for Coca-Cola and as a consultant.
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Dan Maschoff
Global Director, Travel Category
Accenture Procurement Solutions
Dan Maschoff is Global Category Director for Travel & Entertainment for Accenture Procurement Solutions, managing outsourced travel services for clients. A 35-year-veteran of the travel industry, Maschoff previously worked for WorldTravel BTI, Galileo International and United Airlines.
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Will Tate
Partner
GoldSpring Consulting
Will Tate, Partner at GoldSpring Consulting, has more than 25 years of business process improvement experience in both financial account and travel management systems. A certified public accountant, as well as a travel management consultant, Tate spent 15 years with Dresser Industries, capping them as Global Travel Manager. He pioneered two separate measurement tools to quantify the effectiveness of travel management programs. He also has served on many industry boards, and currently serves on the BTN Group Advisory Board.
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Mary Ann McNulty
Director, Content Solutions
The BTN Group

Mary Ann McNulty is Director of The BTN Group’s Content Solutions, which produces webinars, white papers, research and custom content. She has covered business travel and meetings for more than 25 years. Her work has appeared in Business Travel News, Travel Procurement, The Beat, Corporate Travel and Meeting News, as well as on conference stages and webinars.


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