JP Morgan Chase’s Global Commercial Card business and AirPlus International, a provider of corporate travel and entertainment expense solutions, have partnered to help multinational organisations optimise processes and strengthen control of their corporate card and travel expense management programmes. The comprehensive offering will provide leading solutions to both business travellers on the road and their travel managers at home.
By integrating AirPlus’ expertise in corporate travel payment with JP Morgan’s strength in global corporate banking services, the partnership will generate new solutions in the corporate travel payments industry.
“AirPlus has developed a leading edge solution in helping corporations better manage their global travel spend,” said Andrew Pilkington, president, global commercial card, JP Morgan. “Together, we are delivering a compelling alternative to traditional corporate card programmes. We will offer clients a complete suite of travel and entertainment payment solutions that provide world-class technology, travel expense management expertise and local service and knowledge. This partnership fully supports our strategy of delivering innovative yet practical solutions to drive a first-class client experience on a global scale.”
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