P&G continues its restructuring, including the divestiture of dozens of brands, including Duracell, Iams and several beauty-related brands.
Debbie Gittinger, Procter & Gamble global travel service manager; Cindy Heston, Thompson manager of corporate travel worldwide; Tamara Jones, Capital One senior manager of corporate travel and expense management and corporate cards; and Caro Cook, chief of transportation at the International ...
Procter & Gamble this month plans to debut its managed mobile travel strategy, starting with U.S. travelers receiving on mobile devices "anticipatory alerts and notifications" about traffic delays to the airport, long security lines, flight departures, air delays and gate information. P&G
Procter & Gamble's expanding videoconferencing program has shaved 15 percent off the firm's corporate travel expenditures over the past year , according to Computerworld . P& amp; G uses Cisco's Telepresence technology. http://www.thetransnational.travel/newslog.2008052201
Perhaps slower to penetrate the travel procurement discipline than many had anticipated, business process outsourcing nevertheless is playing a key role for such corporate giants as BAE Systems and Unilever. These companies have joined the likes of Procter & Gamble and a handful of others in
The airline drew fire last month when it suddenly removed the Tango fares—which comprise fare categories R, K, N, P , G , E and T—from both GDSs and the portals, shifting such bookings to its Web site. The airline justified the move by
affects Tango fares "for travel within Canada and between Canada and Florida." Tango comprises fare categories R, K, N, P , G , E and T.<br clear="none" /><br clear="none" />Air Canada president Montie Brewer last week during the
Procter & Gamble last month consolidated to a single global travel management company, Business Travel International, with the help of IBM, its business process outsourcing company. Even so, the industry jury remains undecided as to the value of outsourcing to such third-party travel procurement ...
Procter & Gamble's recent decision to outsource travel management to IBM is the latest of several developments in which companies large and small use external, non-agency resources to leverage travel services and expand purchasing opportunities.
To compare use of various expense reporting tools, BTN editors recently met with: Jeff Crull, Procter & Gamble global travel services manager, who uses an offshore call center solution; Phil Dunphy, Pfizer senior manager of global travel, who uses Concur; Terry Jaworowski, Reader's Digest payroll