6 Effective Strategies To Increase Your Travel Policy Compliance

6 effective strategies to increase your travel policy compliance rates

A good travel policy is only effective when employees actually comply with the rules. How do you increase your company's compliance rates without causing more stress and hassle for your employees

In this read you will learn:

  • 7 reasons why employees are not complying
  • 6 proven ways to increase your compliance rates

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improve your travel policy compliance

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Forget the rules
If you use complex per diems, need a certification to digitize receipts or if you would like to reclaim local taxes, we are the right platform for you. We work hard to comply with all country regulations and we automate, to save you time and money.
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All-in-one booking tool
Rydoo automates your travel policy, approval flows and negotiated rates. Travel managers and finance teams get a real-time view of all bookings and trip expenses, while employees book their flight, hotel, car or train instantly via the mobile app.
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Get real-time insights
Understanding your company’s spending behaviour is crucial to making the right decisions. When it comes to negotiating the right deal with your suppliers, Rydoo gathers all data and gives you a comprehensive overview of every small detail.

What our customers are saying

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Jan De Raeymaeker - CFO
Brussels Airlines
"If employees have lunch with someone, they have to mention that: who, where, and when. The digitisation makes people follow the rules, and we can control the expenses in a better way."
marisa
Marisa Werle - Operations Manager
Parakar
"Rydoo’s built-in per diem module was really incredible. Now we simply tell employees to use the app to create their trip and everything will be calculated for them."
romain
Romain Benoist - CFO Western Europe
Pernod Ricard
"Rydoo saves us an incredible amount of time. You should not underestimate the impact on people as 90% of the company will be affected by it. The general feedback from employees was very positive."