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Tech to Pay

More payment solutions for travelers mean more options – and more decisions – for travel managers

Identify Yourself

High tech goes high touch as biometrics authentication comes to corporate payments

Touch and Go

For consumers, the day of digital pay is here. For business travelers, the question is not if, but when

Ready to Chip In

The rules have changed in favor of EMV cards. But your travelers may hardly notice

New Deal

The face of the corporate card is changing and so are the ways travel gets paid for in a post-plastic world

T and E Tools Power Up

For both travelers and the back office, T&E technology is offering more convenience and greater efficiency

October Surprise

Chip-and-PIN is coming to the US card market, but the transition is likely to be neither swift nor smooth

Balancing Act

Actionable data, mobility and global interoperability are keys to corporate cards that take your travel program farther

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Special Reports

Tech to Pay

More payment solutions for travelers mean more options – and more decisions – for travel managers

Identify Yourself

High tech goes high touch as biometrics authentication comes to corporate payments

Touch and Go

For consumers, the day of digital pay is here. For business travelers, the question is not if, but when

Ready to Chip In

The rules have changed in favor of EMV cards. But your travelers may hardly notice

New Deal

The face of the corporate card is changing and so are the ways travel gets paid for in a post-plastic world

T and E Tools Power Up

For both travelers and the back office, T&E technology is offering more convenience and greater efficiency

October Surprise

Chip-and-PIN is coming to the US card market, but the transition is likely to be neither swift nor smooth

Balancing Act

Actionable data, mobility and global interoperability are keys to corporate cards that take your travel program farther

Hang On for the Ride

Mobile is set to grow exponentially as travelers get used to tablets, consumer focus and last minute bookings

Capital One T And E Team Wins 1st ACTE MasterCard Award

The travel management team for Capital One Financial — Tamara Jones, senior manager for travel expense management and accounts payable; Dale Smith, senior director of shared services; and Heather Young, manager of travel expense management — has been named the first recipients of the Excellence Award for Management of Corporate Travel Spend, sponsored by the Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE) and MasterCard Worldwide.

No Worries

Mandated card programs may soften future shocks.

The Payments Imperative

Whether it’s because the economy is beginning to revive or because they are getting comfortable with their own versions of “the new normal,” companies appear to be ready to refine the way they pay their bills.

Change Of Course

As a consultant I prepared a job description (see The Job: What It Was) some years ago that I felt reflected both functions and corporate priorities. Surely, some travel managers will be reacting to this lengthy job description by saying: “You’ve got to be kidding!” 

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