US Department of Defense to reform travel system with SAP Concur

Defense Travel System

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With a US$9 billion annual spend on travel, the US Department of Defense has awarded travel and expense solution provider SAP Concur a prototype project agreement to modernise its Defense Travel System (DTS).

Under the terms of the agreement, SAP Concur plans to deliver an end-to-end travel-as-a-service capability to improve its travel management experience, reduce costs, scale, meet efficiency objectives and transform the satisfaction and usability for government employees.

“This is a significant milestone for SAP Concur and we are honoured to be chosen to deliver this commercial prototype for the US Department of Defense. We look forward to building upon our relationship with the US Department of Defense and delivering innovation that will help their business run better,” said David Ballard, senior vice president of public sector, SAP Concur.

The Concur team will partner with Accenture Federal Services, Booz Allen Hamilton and CWTSato Travel on the implementation of the solution.

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