< PrevNext > 7. Accenture Dublin Share 2018 U.S.-Booked Air Volume: $260 million2018 Global Air Volume: $530 million2018 U.S. T&E: $572 million2018 Global T&E: $1.3 billionPrimary Air Suppliers: United, Delta, AmericanPrimary Hotel Suppliers: Marriott, Hilton, InterContinentalPrimary Car Rental Supplier: Avis Primary Global Online Booking Tool: GetTherePrimary U.S. Payment Supplier: American ExpressCard Program: individual bill/individual payPrimary Global Expense Supplier: MyTE Internal SystemPrimary Global Travel Risk Management Supplier: WorldAwareConsolidated Global TMC: CWTProfessional services firm Accenture’s U.S.-booked air spend rose 7 percent in 2018 from 2017’s $243 million, but the company expects that figure to drop 6 percent to $245 million this year. The company earned $41.6 billion in revenue in 2018. Of the 2018 U.S.-booked tickets, 94 percent were booked via approved online tools, and 91 percent of those needed no agent assistance. Three-quarters of 2018 U.S.-booked air spend was for domestic travel. The company has a single global travel policy and in 2018 added new travel controls and completed a transition to a global delivery center for after-hours support. Accenture focused on improving the user experience for travelers and integrating travel booking and immigrations processes. This year, it’s reviewing its global travel model, streamlining global travel policy and approvals and standardizing how contractor and nonemployee travel bookings are processed. It’s also simplifying its policies this year.