Online Reporting


Managing travel is a complicated job and for most companies, travel is the 2nd biggest expense after personnel.  So providing our clients with capabilities that will make their job easier is what we at KIE strive for.  Our kiDat product allows our clients to have online access to all their travel data at their fingertips so that they can make accurate and timely decisions. 



kiDat delivers over 120 standard reports upon demand or on a scheduled broadcast basis. With kiDat reporting you can focus on Spend Analysis, Supplier Management, Policy Management, Activity Management and Spend Management.

Why use kiDat?

Regardless of how much you spend on travel, kiDat provides you with details on how much you spend on travel and enables you to capture and bring together all of the information from all trips taken and planned, throughout the world. This information is available for on-demand reporting and may be exported for use in other applications (e.g., expense reporting and business intelligence). By capturing, consolidating and storing travel information in your own kiDat data warehouse, you can manage your travel budgets by monitoring policy and contracts, reconciling travel spending and analyzing results.



With kiDat Reporting you can:

  • Capture, standardize and warehouse travel information from multiple sources for a single, consolidated view of all travel expenditures incurred worldwide.
  • Run more than 120 standard reports and create an unlimited number of custom reports that provide you and your customers with up-to-the-minute travel spending details.
  • Aggressively manage vendor and supplier contracts.
  • Easily comply with travel and procurement policies.
  • Schedule the production and email delivery of reports, and grant direct system access to those who need the information (e.g., meeting planners, department heads and security personnel).
Utilizing these unique concepts and ideas, KIE has been successful in helping companies save an average of 20% of their travel spend.  Interested?  Ask KIE.