< PrevNext > 35. Cisco San Jose, Calif. Share 2018 U.S.-Booked Air Volume: $110 millionPrimary Global Expense Supplier: ConcurPrimary Global Online Booking Supplier: ConcurBTN estimates that tech conglomerate Cisco spent about $110 million on U.S.-booked air travel. Cisco has implemented SAP Concur solutions for online travel booking and expense management in more than 70 countries. It's primary U.S. TMC is American Express Global Business Travel. The company requires all company meetings to be registered in its online events portal and outsources some meeting planning and event production to outside firms, including BCD Meetings & Events. Cisco supplies a suite of videoconferencing and remote collaboration tools, including telepresence and Webex, and has used these tools throughout the world to try to reduce travel. Webex is available to all Cisco employees using company-assigned laptops, and Cisco has built more than 1,500 telepresence rooms globally. About one-third of Cisco's annual global ISO 14001 environmental site audits are performed using the company's remote collaboration solutions. Revenue for Cisco's 2019 fiscal year, which ended July 27, 2019, increased about 3 percent year over year to $51.9 billion. The company had about 75,900 employees in July 2019, versus the 74,200 reported one year earlier.