< PrevNext > 7. Accenture Dublin Share 2017 U.S.-Booked Air Volume: $243 million2017 Global Air Volume: $568 million2017 U.S. T&E: $644 million2017 Global T&E: $1.4 billionPrincipal Air Suppliers: American, United & DeltaPrincipal Hotel Suppliers: Marriott, Hilton & InterContinentalPrincipal Car Rental Suppliers: Hertz & AvisPrincipal Global Online Booking Tool: GetTherePrincipal Global Expense Supplier: MyTE internal systemPrincipal Payment Supplier: American ExpressConsolidated Global TMC: CWTIn 2017, Accenture onboarded companies it acquired into its global travel program, integrated an Uber custom expense function within its MyTE system and deployed airfare and hotel rate tracking tools. It also adjusted its travel policy to allow employees to book Airbnb in specific countries. Accenture's single global travel policy provides a corporate card to travelers, who must pay it individually. To provide afterhours support, Accenture established a dedicated service center for U.S. travelers and plans to expand globally in 2018. Other 2018 plans include cutting costs through operational efficiencies, enhancing air expense controls and its travel data analytics capability, maximizing use of credits and unused tickets, working on General Data Protection Regulation compliance and reinforcing its contractor travel policy. In 2017, 73 percent of Accenture's U.S.-booked air volume was domestic. Ninety-four percent of 2017 U.S.-booked air volume was made through the company's approved online tools, 91 percent of those requiring no agent assistance. In 2017 Accenture decreased U.S.-booked air volume costs by $1 million and expects it to fall another $3 million in 2018.