Corporate customers benefit from optimised display of HRS content in Concur Travel plus integrated payment solutions in Concur Travel.
COLOGNE – HRS, the global hotel solutions provider and Concur, a leading provider of integrated travel and expense management solutions announced a strategic expansion of their long standing partnership. This includes optimised display of HRS content in Concur Travel and integration with Concur TripLink enabling travel managers to track, view and manage all bookings made directly on HRS. In addition, the implementation of HRS payment solutions will be available in Concur Travel and the partners will conduct joint sales activities.
“Concur is committed to providing customers with industry-leading solutions that meet evolving travel and expense management needs,” said Tim MacDonald, executive vice president of Travel for Concur. “Our expanded partnership with HRS will allow us to deliver high quality content within Concur Travel along with fully integrated direct booking via Concur TripLink, enabling greater visibility and efficiencies, improved compliance and reduced direct and indirect costs.”
“Working together since 2009, the partnership between Concur and HRS has been long-standing and a win-win for our mutual customers worldwide,” says Tobias Ragge, CEO of HRS. “With the new strategic dimension of our cooperation we will aim to provide our content and services to corporates through all channels to take their travel management to the next level. Corporates will benefit from substantial cost savings and improved processes.”
The expanded partnership offers joint corporate clients optimised content as well as streamlined processes and higher transparency through seamless data synchronisation. Both partners will jointly support customers in boosting their hotel adoption rate and providing their travellers with a fully integrated booking and payment solution. Travel managers get a better overview of travel expenses, enabling improved controlling and the identification of further cost savings potential.
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