Bonita Springs, FL – CSI globalVCard, a leading provider of electronic payment solutions, announces a partnership with MacNair Travel Management. MacNair is a leading travel management company (TMC) helping travel managers and procurement professionals in mid-market businesses and associations.
Corporate travel is the second largest controllable expense for businesses. Yet without proper tools, these expenses become burdensome for travel managers that must deal with the consequences of unauthorized expenses (noncompliance) and fraud. With globalVCard virtual card payments, authorized reservations are booked and paid for with a single-use virtual credit card number, eliminating the risk of fraud and providing rich reporting data that simplifies the reconciliation process.
“Virtual cards are a far superior form of payment for air, hotel and car reservations,” said Mark Weston, Corporate Travel Director with MacNair Travel Management. “In addition to the ease and security of the virtual card system, our clients gain significant savings through efficiencies. CSI’s globalVCard virtual card program is the one we’ll be recommending to all of our clients.”
“Our partnership with MacNair Travel has allowed us to work collaboratively with a great team and continually refine our product,” said Juliann Pless, SVP of Partner and Travel Operations at CSI globalVCard. “Our integration provides MacNair customers with seamless payments, and the combination of our virtual card platform and mobile app delivers a truly exceptional travel payment solution for TMCs to offer their clients.”
The two companies will be hosting a joint ‘lunch and learn’ session in Washington DC on May 24 at the Four Seasons Hotel. Finance executives in the area interested in learning more about how virtual card payments can eliminate the pain points of corporate travel management are invited to contact Jess Cardenas at JCardenas@macnairtravel.com.
Visit https://www.corporatespending.com/corporate-travel/ to learn more about virtual card payments for corporate travel programs.