The site is designed to allow employees to create profiles, enter travel preferences and loyalty rewards programs, and search for flights, hotels and rental cars through an easy-to-use platform. But on the back end, managers are given tools to create policies, prevent excessive spend, and track trips employees have booked. NexTravel provides the same sort of discounts larger corporations typically get, and can customize rewards based on travel programs and frequent-flier programs. It also provides centralized travel receipts for employees. Unlike more traditional corporate travel options, NexTravel doesn’t take booking fees from clients. Instead, it makes money on the back end by charging for complex integrations with employer HR and expense systems. Get the full story at TechCrunch