New Deal

The face of the corporate card is changing and so are the ways travel gets paid for in a post-plastic world
From their early days as embossed pieces of plastic good for credit at your local tire shop or department store, purchase cards have come a long way. The technology, the systems and the processes have all matured and diversified, so that now business travelers and the companies they represent have lots of choices in how to pay, who to pay and even when and how much to pay when managing their credit lines.

With solutions in the corporate card ecosystem proliferating almost daily, and more on the way, travel managers must make the strategic decision in choosing a tool set that best fits their program objectives and business traveler goals.

According to Yael Klein, CEO and president of AirPlus International Inc, the optimal solutions combine central payment capability as well as “walking cards” with complete data integration and reporting tools. This enables the highest cost travel expenses to be managed with greater control and ease as they can be booked before the trip begins in one central location without the need to be disaggregated over multiple accounts, she notes.

Expense Management

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