The company predicts more detailed analysis will lead to a better understanding of traveller behaviour, which will coincide with driving policy change to deliver “wider visibility” of travel spend – key important factors for clients next year. “2015 is going to be about clients demanding more from their commercial agreements with TMCs and improving their travel risk management procedures. The macro economic situation remains unchanged on the whole and clients are seeking to extract more from their spend without reducing the quality of their service,” HRG group commercial director, Stewart Harvey said. “Meanwhile, geo-political instability and weather related incidents are becoming more frequent; both represent greater risk to travellers. Clients have a legal requirement to ensure the safety and well being of their workforce. Improving travel risk management programmes is a growing requirement that we expect to see continue into 2015.” Get the full story at Travel Weekly