CASE STUDY: Policy change means rewards

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Following analysis of historical data, we approached our client to recommend adjustments to buying practices and their corporate travel policy.

By proactively reviewing their most common short haul route, London to Edinburgh, our analysis showed 82% of tickets were issued as flexible fares over a one-year period.

Further analysis revealed that of these 82%, on average the number of post-ticketing changes made equalled a mere 0.56 per ticket.

This data presented a very clear and compelling argument for a change in travel policy. By recommending a new mandate for purchasing the lowest fare on the day, £24,750 was saved year-on-year.

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