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A Shared Vision

Adapting policy to on-demand services requires a bit of rethinking – but the fundamentals still apply

It was only a year ago that much of the conversation around on-demand services focused on concerns such as risk and duty of care. While those are still important considerations, they don’t seem to be the center of the discussion today. The challenge now isn’t whether business travelers will embrace the sharing economy, but how companies can shape their travel policy to accommodate these new services. Whether dealing with ground transportation, housing or other services, travel managers face the need to adjust their travel policies to this new reality.

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