< PrevNext > 74. P&G Cincinnati Share 2016 U.S.-Booked Air Volume: $57 millionConsolidated Global TMC: EgenciaP&G reduced its U.S.-booked air volume by more than 10 percent in 2016, according to a BTN estimate. Following a competitive RFP, P&G implemented new airline agreements in July 2016. In the process, the company streamlined the preferred carriers and in so doing exceeded savings expectations. In Asia, the company changed its travel policy for the minimum flying hours to use business class from six to eight hours. It also does not allow business class within Asia except in China. P&G also consolidated and centralized travel management in 15 additional EMEA countries. Last year, the company started to apply mobile technology to the travel program and piloted both an ISOS security map app in the U.S. and Panama and Yapta's re-shopping tech. P&G remains Egencia's largest U.S. corporate travel management client. This year, the company is conducting an RFP for travel agency services in Latin America, Asia and India, the Middle East and Africa. By the end of this year, P&G plans to roll out Concur Expense to the first of its brands and to complete that implementation next year.