< PrevNext > 67. Dell Share 2015 U.S.-Booked Air Volume: $67 million2015 Global Air Volume: $110 million2015 U.S. T&E: $200 million2015 Global T&E: $330 millionPrincipal Air Suppliers: American, Delta, UnitedPrincipal Hotel Suppliers: Hilton, Marriott, StarwoodPrincipal Car Rental Suppliers: Enterprise, NationalPrincipal Online Booking Tool: Concur TravelPrincipal Card Supplier: American ExpressPrincipal Expense Supplier: Concur ExpenseConsolidated Global TMC: American Express Global Business TravelThe travel program at computing technology firm Dell last year deployed rate-shopping tools for hotel and air, strengthened controls on its card program and maximized unused airline ticket funds. The company also altered its travel policy to globalize daily meal limits and changed its receipt-requirement threshold. Dell travelers book online through Concur Travel and file expenses through Concur Expense. The company’s 2015 U.S.-booked air volume decreased by $13 million from 2014, and 70 percent of U.S.-booked tickets were for domestic travel. This year, Dell’s travel program is focused on successful integration with EMC, having completed the $60 billion acquisition of the information management and technology company in September. Soon-to-be-named Dell Technologies, the combined company of Dell and EMC has approximately 140,000 employees, though layoffs of between 2,000 and 3,000 employees are expected, mostly in the United States in the supply, marketing and general administration divisions.