To configure the company's travel policy, select the appropriate section in the settings and click "Change limits".
A window with detailed settings will open. Here you can set up rules separately for the company's executive management, middle managers, and standard policies. You can then apply them to each of the team members who will have access to the portal. Each individual's airline and hotel search results will exclusively display options that match the conditions outlined in their designated staff level.
The settings must be made for each group of managers in the company. Let's take executive management as an example.
In the "Flight ticket class" field you can select different class levels for which you can issue a flight ticket - Economy, Premium economy, Business, First. Select the desired classes by ticking the checkboxes. Then you can save immediately by clicking on "Save", or you can simply click on the space on the screen with your mouse (without saving).
You can also select the additional conditions that will be applied to the reservations. To do this, open "Additional conditions," click the arrow, and choose a rule. For example, you can have Premium economy on a flight, but if it lasts more than five hours - then select only Business or First Class. Then you can save immediately by clicking on "Save", or you can simply click on the space on the screen (without saving).
In the "Hotel star rate" field, you can select the number of stars in the hotels that will be presented in the search results. It can be 1-, 2-, 3-, 4- and 5-star hotels. Then you can save immediately by clicking on "Save", or you can simply click on the space on the screen (without saving).
Once all the fields have been entered, click on "Save" and the data will be applied to each of the staff levels. You can also change them here in the future.