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Kellogg Company Turns To Agents For Card And Expense Help, Takes A Rocketrip

Under intense cost containment pressure during the past three years, Kellogg Company senior director of corporate services Cecile Mutch reinvented the travel department and boosted…

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Posted in Payment Policy

After Lots Of Groundwork, State Of California Pilots Virtual Payment

A few months into piloting virtual payment, the quarter-of-a-billion-dollar State of California T&E program already has realized benefits. Tied to policy mandates and program consolidation,…

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The Defense Department Wants New Travel Systems, But First Had To Simplify Policy

[UPDATE, August 20, 2018: The Department of Defense picked SAP Concur to build a new travel system. Working with Accenture Federal Services, Booz Allen and…

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Posted in Payment

Concur Poised For Self-Booking Virtual Payment

[UPDATE, Aug. 21, 2017: Concur plans in September to run virtual payment pilots with travel management companies that have gone through a “readiness” program. In…

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Posted in Payment

Teleconference 9: Payment

Payment May 11, 2017, at 12 pm EDT Download the recording here. Gift the recording here. Check out the slides below. Payments underpin travel management….

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JPMorgan Chase Exit From International Commercial Card Market Leaves Clients, Partners Scrambling

JPMorgan Chase will exit the international commercial card business at the end of the year, and that has partners and clients scrambling. Competitors including American Express…

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Uber’s Banking Endorsements Don’t Assuage Risk Concerns

When Morgan Stanley and Citi authorized employees to use Uber, cynics scoffed that they were just trying to earn Uber’s business. Managing an Uber IPO,…

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