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Physical credit cards or bank transfers? Traditional corporate payment methods are accompanied by a host of different issues. As a result, the whole travel sector is looking for ways to reduce fraud, avoid delays and better control spend. Join us in a short trip around the world of virtual cards.

Stimulating growth with virtual travel payments

In a recent opinion piece Jospehine Wawira, expert in tourism & travel in Africa, discusses global corporate travel trends, focused specifically on growth markets. Wawira advises travel providers to adjust to clients’ demands, sooner rather than later. Read: safe & flexible payments.

Driving Corporate Travel (EN)
http://www.hospitalitynet.org/news/4078533.html

How to overcome growing pains

Virtual travel payments have plenty of benefits, yet there are a few hurdles: low adoption rate and mobile applications, to name a few. Forecasts, however, are predicting adoption rates to spike and early adopters, such as Apple Pay & Android pay, are already jumping on the mobile pay wagon.

Corporate Travel Struggling to Implement Mobile and Virtual Payments (EN)
https://skift.com/2016/04/20/corporate-travel-struggling-to-implement-mobile-and-virtual-payments/

We’re destined for paperless authorization

Sending a fax to each hotel for credit card authorization? It sounds hysterically historical. Yet to solve the issue, virtual cards need to be merged with mobile wallets. And that might happen sooner than you think.

Virtual Cards: the Problems & the Solutions (EN)
http://www.businesstravelnews.com/Procurement/Virtual-Cards-The-Problems-the-Solutions

How would that work for you?

Securely manage travel payments
A virtual wallet to help you track transactions and reduce risk of fraud: Amadeus B2B Wallet

Save up to 10 % on corporate travel spendings
An end-to-end booking and expense management tool can tackle your corporate travel cost. Discover Amadeus cytric Travel & Expense

 

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