< PrevNext > 25. Hewlett Packard Enterprise Share 2015 U.S.-Booked Air Volume: $131 million2015 Global Air Volume: $284 millionPrincipal Air Suppliers: American, UnitedPrincipal Hotel Suppliers: Hilton, MarriottPrincipal Car Rental Supplier: AvisPrincipal Online Booking Tool: Concur TravelPrincipal Card Supplier: American ExpressPrincipal Expense Supplier: Proprietary toolConsolidated Global TMC: Carlson Wagonlit TravelIn 2015, Hewlett-Packard split into Hewlett Packard Enterprise and HP Inc. HPE, which retained the technology solutions segment of Hewlett-Packard’s business, has a standalone travel program. In May, HPE announced a planned spinoff of its Enterprise Services business with CSC to create an IT services firm. The spinoff is expected to be complete by March 2017.In 2015, HPE placed equal focus on each traveler experience and cost savings. It optimized its global travel program with technology and data analytics. To support the company’s transformation, HPE altered wording from passive to suggestive and from prescriptive to assertive. It also enacted requirements for cost-effective travel behavior and T&E savings. This year, HPE is rewriting its global meetings and events policy to shape traveler behavior and compliance and to capture greater ROI.HPE uses Carlson Wagonlit Travel as its global TMC. It uses Concur Travel and Sabre GetThere for online booking, and 81 percent of its air bought in the United States went through approved online tools. HPE’s 90,000 travelers use the company’s proprietary expense reporting system. The company’s 2016 U.S.-booked air volume is expected to decrease to $101 million.