From Here to There

When it comes to corporate relocations, there are lots of moving parts – and multiple solutions
Fortune 1000 companies transfer nearly 400,000 employees a year in the US alone. The corporate relocation market totals over $12 billion annually – and not only is it growing, it’s getting more complex. Depending on how relocation processes are allocated, travel departments can be key players in handling the movement of employees across town or across the globe.

BTE Think Tank members Mark Ziegler, Senior Travel Manager, Global Travel Services for NetApp, and David Smith, Travel and Relocation Manager, Americas at AmDocs, explain their companies’ different approaches to the logistics of employee transfers.


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Mark: 
My company approaches relocations by outsourcing most of the process. Human Resources owns the relocation process. They hire the outsourced organization to manage the day-to-day needs of the relocating employee and the family. The Travel Department is a partner to the process but does not own it.

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