FCm UK Gets Set for Business Travel Show in London
February 10, 2015
FCm Travel Solutions is gearing up for the Business Travel Show at London's Olympia on 25th and 26th February. The global travel management company will be showcasing its products and services on stand B120.
This year the FCm team will unveil ClientBank Connect, a proprietary reporting and analytics tool, which not only enables corporates to create highly- customised dashboards and reports, but also gives them unique access to third-party travel and non-travel expense data for cross-platform analytics.
ClientBank Connect utilizes functionality which is new to market and exclusive to FCm. It simplifies access and integration of third party data to allow in-depth analytics of total trip costs. Launch partners for ClientBank Connect include iJET International as part of the FCm Secure offering and Concur. ClientBank Connect is accessible via the web or mobile devices. The interface is also embeddable so clients can add their reports and dashboards to company intranets. ClientBank Connect is available to FCm clients looking for heightened reporting capabilities outside of the existing FCm ClientBank reporting suite.
In addition, FCm UK will be unveiling its new Carbon Footprint Calculator developed in conjunction with Susterra. The software takes carbon emission reporting for clients to a whole new level as it calculates the carbon footprint of any flight on any airline in the world and accounts for all major GHG (CO2, N20, CH4) and radiative forcing. This means calculations are not only more accurate, but can help businesses reduce their annual carbon footprint by choosing the most environmentally efficient route, and where applicable, airlines. In addition to receiving month, quarterly or annual reports, clients can ask FCm to facilitate offsetting their carbon footprint at a cost of only £2.50 per ton.
FCm’s global technology leader John Morhous has also been invited to speak on two panel sessions, firstly at Travel Technology Europe which takes place alongside the Business Travel Show on Wednesday 25th February. He joins a panel of leading technology heads from the travel sector to answer questions posed by the audience in a session entitled “CTO question time: Innovate”. The following day he will participate in the Business Travel Show’s conference programme session “Could you be getting more out of your data?” which discusses the data revolution sweeping through travel management and how buyers can take their data to new heights.
Coffee will be available to anyone visiting the FCm stand, freshly prepared by a dedicated barista throughout the two day show. The FCm team will also be hosting visitors, media and clients to drinks on the stand on Wednesday 25th February at 4pm.
The Business Travel Show is Europe’s main exhibition and conference for corporate travel buyers, managers and bookers to source, learn and network. It is the one event in Europe where corporate travel buyers and bookers can research products and services from more than 200 exhibitors including global travel brands in air, accommodation and travel management, and innovative traveller services and technology providers.
To register as a visitor or hosted buyer at the show, go to www.businesstravelshow.com