Tag Archives: U.S. Bank

Concur Poised For Self-Booking Virtual Payment

Virtual payment in corporate travel is ready to break out. You’ve heard that before? With Concur about to announce virtual card capability for self-booking tool users, it feels like the end of the beginning. Virtual payment finally is moving beyond the familiar use cases that usually don’t involve self-booking — hotel reservations for contractors, interviewees, new hires and… Read More »

Despite Published Info, Apple Pay Still Not Available For Corporate Cards

[UPDATE, April 8, 2016: We published new information related to this article here.] Some travel managers and TMCs are fielding questions about when Apple Pay will be available for corporate card users, but don’t trust the website. At press time, Apple showed five institutions as providers of corporate cards supporting Apple Pay. They weren’t exactly commercial payment heavyweights, but it appeared to be… Read More »

Uneven Chip Card Migration Will Require Awareness Programs

Corporate cards with chips finally are coming to the United States en masse. How travel departments should deal with them depends on the circumstances. Chip cards requiring a PIN for authentication are more secure and more widely accepted globally than chip-and-signature cards. But many corporate program managers aren’t getting chip-and-PIN from their payment firm. Payments industry analyst Frank Martien of First Annapolis… Read More »