Mission: Egencia makes business travel better by making it more connected and complete. Egencia puts travelers at the heart of business travel, continuously supporting them with solutions that are more engaging and effective. Driven by consumer insights and technology investments from ...
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Egencia is on a mission to transform business travel by revolutionizing travel technology and service. We offer global integrated technology, tailored local service, and modern mobile solutions with unrivaled content. At Egencia, we’re making business travel better for everyone.
During our 10-year history, we have successfully brought the technology heritage, relentless focus on user experience and innovative spirit of our parent company Expedia, Inc.—the largest online travel company in world—into the enterprise.
Today, more than 4 million travelers in 10,000 companies turn to Egencia—making us one of the fastest growing travel management companies in the world with a presence in more than 55 countries. It’s easy to plan, book and manage business travel with Egencia.
Visit www.egencia.com to learn more about our modern corporate travel programs. Wherever business takes you, Egencia is there.
How we’re different:
Egencia has more than 2,200 employees that are driving the transformation of business travel. Our worldwide team is committed to making every business trip the best that it can be. We’re committed to helping customers optimize managed travel programs and get results.
A Unique Offering
Egencia blends classic travel agency services, innovative travel technology, and global travel market expertise to deliver solutions and cost-savings to companies around the world. We are with our customers every step of the way.
Industry-Leading Travel + Technology Expertise
Egencia’s technology solutions are built using designs familiar to consumers. We leverage the insight and expertise of Expedia, Inc., our parent company and the world’s online travel leader, who has more than a decade of experience serving millions of travelers.
The Buying Power of Expedia, Inc.
Egencia is part of the Expedia, Inc. network of travel brands including the likes of Expedia.com, Hotels.com, and Hotwire.com. Our combined purchasing power allows us to provide companies with low rates and offers that cannot be offered by any other travel management provider in the world.
Egencia is with customers through every stage of the business trip. Travelers may book their own trips or turn to our knowledgeable travel consultants who use the same platform as travelers making them familiar with clients’ travel policies and negotiated rates.
At Egencia, we believe in a work well, live well approach and offer benefits to meet your professional, personal, and family needs. Below are samples of some of the benefits offered to our U.S. employees.
At Egencia, our success is fueled by a shared belief that every individual can make an impact, bringing our talents together to accomplish amazing things. Whether it’s serving communities around the world as part of our Global Day of Caring, giving in-kind consulting advice to help a charitable org
anization thrive, or providing grants to philanthropic initiatives worldwide, we believe in people helping people to make a difference.
Giving @ Work
Our commitment to giving back in our communities is a direct reflection of the interests and passions of our more than 14,000 employees worldwide. Read our virtual Giving Report to learn more about our giving efforts.
Our Giving Philosophy
I have been working at Egencia full-time (More than 3 years)
Work/life balance. Flexibility in scheduling.
Internal politics. Pay is just okay.
Advice to Management
Continue hiring from within. Lots of good, young talent.
I applied in-person. I interviewed at Egencia (Bellevue, WA) in September 2017.
The interview process was lengthy and disorganized, though there were several items that were done well. Most of the interviewers seemed uninterested and there were occasional difficulties in terms of understanding or clarifying certain concepts - a confusing 15 minute discussion on ways to optimize tables was had that was sincerely the worst engineering conversation of my career. I was really surprised - this was the worst interview I've ever been through - the questions were relatively easy. Format, comprehension, etc. challenging. Be prepared for that up front - I could still see how this would be a good fit for everyone else.