TSYS has introduced its CentreSuite product to Europe. The commercial card management tool was first launched in North America in 2002 and is now employed by more than 140,000 businesses. The solution’s web-based platform is designed to provide access, insight and control to companies of all sizes using business cards, corporate T&E cards, purchasing and fleet cards so they can better manage organisational spending. Incorporating real-time account management, online flexible reporting, statements and expense management workflow, CentreSuite combines multiple levels of functionality in one solution and enables greater access to current and historical data.
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