When Do Web/Video-Conferencing Reduce Travel Spend?
An Enterprise Best-Practice Study
To understand which factors drive the realization of travel savings following conferencing deployments, the
study surveyed more than 200 corporate
travel managers from across the globe. It looked at more than 20
company characteristics including managerial practices, which
conferencing technologies they deployed, and company demographics
(size, region, etc.). The study found that the biggest impacts
came from factors well within managerial control, and the analysis
focuses on these areas.
research also provides an update on the penetration of various
conferencing technologes, with comparisons to a similar study conducted
the Executive Summary, Table of Contents and List of Figures.
Conducted in partnership with the
Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE). ACTE's membership
consists of senior travel industry
executives from 82 countries
representing the €463 billion business travel industry. ACTE members
than 12 million business travelers worldwide.
Title: When Do Web/Video-Conferencing Reduce Travel Spend?
Publication Date: May 2012
Length: 31 pages
Geographic Coverage: North America, EMEA,
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