Twin vaccination and the precautionary doses have made the world less fearful of COVID-19. However, the question remains – can ‘travel’ go back to what it was pre-COVID?
The scope of travel, particularly business travel, changed during the pandemic, and the current conflict in Europe has further intensified complexities. Organizations have had to revisit their travel policies as a result. The latest edition of SpendBytes throws light on the changing face of business travel against this backdrop of disruptions.
We are also thrilled to share that Infosys BPM was rated as a Global Leader in the ‘BPO Services’ and ‘Digital Transformation Services’ categories by ISG in their latest Procurement BPO and Transformation Services quadrant Lens™ study 2022. The study focused on assessing both enterprise procurement BPO and transformation services, on factors such as positioning, key relationships, and go-to-market considerations. Infosys was commended for its strength in both the Large and Mid-segment categories across the Global, and Australia, Manila & Singapore regions.
Infosys BPM rated as Global Leader in the ‘BPO Services’ and ‘Digital Transformation Services’ categories in the ISG Provider Lens™ Procurement BPO and Transformation Services quadrant study in 2022.Know More
The travel industry is quickly ramping up to ‘return to pre-covid levels’, especially in domestic travel, while suppliers ramp up scheduling and capacity. The question remains – can ‘travel life’ go back to what it was before?Know More
International travel is still lagging and is not expected to fully recover till 2023. What does this mean for corporate contracts and what can we expect from travel suppliers.Read More
With Russia invading Ukraine, business travel, among several other frontline industries, suffered the first effects of the war.Know More
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