AirPlus International, a global supplier of corporate travel payment solutions, has partnered with ING, a Dutch bank, to provide companies in the Netherlands with a complete corporate payment solution. With this new partnership, AirPlus extends its bank partner network, strengthening its position in the Dutch corporate travel payment market and it allows both companies to offer an entirely integrated travel management solution to their clients.
The ING corporate card is fully certified by AirPlus in regards to product, data and process integration and complements the global corporate card offering. The cards are a convenient and flexible alternative to petty cash and corporate travellers may conveniently use their card to gain access to numerous points of sale.
Lian Wolfs, director at AirPlus International in the Benelux, said: “ING´s corporate card solution is an excellent fit with the AirPlus lodge card offering and forms a strong combination within international business travel management. “ING’s long lasting banking experience combines seamlessly with our know-how in international business payment solutions. The partnership is the basis for sustained growth in the Dutch market and will bring us demonstrably closer to our goal of becoming the preferred global provider of integrated payment and reporting solutions.”
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