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White Paper: The Justified Business Trip
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48 pages with over 30 charts and tables.

Release date April 27, 2023.

Executives need to get the most from their travel budgets. The key is eliminating low-value trips.

Top Takeaways

  • ~25% to 30% of business trips are low-value

  • Low-value trips can be predicted before booking

  • Any trip's expected $ value and ROI can be found by answering three simple questions

tClara introduces the Justified Cost model, a groundbreaking method that quantifies the value and ROI expected from any business trip.

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