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The travel budget is one of the first items to be cut when an IT department is managing it’s expenses. But danger lies in haphazardly cutting travel costs without examining the drivers behind them. This note discusses these drivers and ways to minimize the associated costs. The note discusses:
- How to avoid training-related travel through various in-house training methods.
- How to identify methods to provide tech-support without traveling.
- How to reduce costs when travel is necessary for project work.
Harness the strategies in this note to sift through travel expenses and pinpoint their main drivers. Once they have been identified, deal with them according to the recommended tips and techniques.