According to a new survey conducted by the Association of Corporate Travel Executives on behalf of Travelport, only a quarter of the 248 travel buyer and manager respondents to the survey, fielded in June and released this week, have implemented a mobile travel policy as part of their program, though an additional 57 percent "intend to." "Clearly, most companies surveyed think that right now is a good time to consider their mobile strategy and ensure they get it right," according to the report. Those with no plans to deploy a mobile travel policy indicated that their company "already has a mobile policy elsewhere in the business, or at least processes that cover mobile transactions." The report's authors were not surprised to find that 72 percent of respondents pointed to the IT department as being responsible for managing "the mobile devices program," but the report suggested that "it's vital [corporate travel managers] take an advisory role in this process." Get the full story at Business Travel News Download the full report "The real impact of mobile on the corporate travel program " at Travelport (PDF 2.5 MB) Read also "Travel needs to keep pace with business travelers’ demands on mobile"