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Buying Business Travel | February 10, 2020
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CzechTourism | July 16, 2020
The Czech Republic has officially reopened its borders to British tourists with new guidelines in place to protect the health and safety of all visitors. Since the July 4th, the Czech Republic has been declared exempt from the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) advice against all non-essential international travel.
TripActions | January 11, 2021
Corporate travel management platform TripActions said in an official statement that its TripActions Liquid payments and cost framework presently incorporates with driving corporate finance systems.
Among the enterprise resource planning (ERP) frameworks with which TripActions Liquid communicates now are NetSuite, Microsoft Dynamics, Sage Intacct, SAP and Xero, according to the release.
"This integration automates and integrates [travel and entertainment (T&E)] and ERP data to help finance teams experience an entirely new level of visibility over financial data," Michael Sindicich, general manager of TripActions Liquid, said in the release. "An automated link with ERP systems will improve analytical capabilities and provide executives with true spending intelligence across the greater organization."
Among the advantages of the integrations TripActions promotes in the release about the new mixes is that account groups will have the option to follow costs as they're caused instead of when representatives submit them.
TripActions states in marketing materials that a major preferred position it offers business travelers is a powerful online platform combined with admittance to human travel agents 'round the clock.
TripActions' contributions incorporate the Liquid payment card, which PYMNTS detailed kills frustrations that arise — in any event, during seasons of limited travel — that come from having employees working from remote outposts.
Uplift | January 13, 2021
Uplift has finished another credit line of $68 million for its travel payments service.
Financing for the purchase currently pay-later brand was given by Atalaya Capital Management.
Travel is as of now returning, as per California-based Uplift, with the organization anticipating fast development amid pent-up demand for booking travel for the summer and autumn.
Uplift has now brought about $695 million up in value and obligation including a $250 million credit line in December 2019, which came ahead top of $123 million in subsidizing in January of the very year.
Uplift affirmed the new financing on LinkedIn and in a Crunchbase meet, with Brian Barth, CEO of Uplift saying the organization intends to move past travel in 2020.
Uplift hopes to surpass $1 billion in exchanges throughout the next 18 months.
Different organizations offering a comparative assistance including Fly Now Pay Later are likewise foreseeing the pent-up demand.
The London-based organization landed $47 million in Series A financing in May and is getting ready for a $135 million subsidizing bundle in the second half of 2021 as indicated by Jasper Dykes, its chief executive.
He adds that the Uplift credit line shows the proceeded with obligation to the area and says Fly Now Pay Later, which as of late launched its buyer beta in the U.S., has seen "ferocious appetite for the product."
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