Harmonized corporate card solution for companies in Europe / Simplified processes – from implementation to reporting.
NEU-ISENBURG – AirPlus International, a leading global provider of payment and billing solutions for business travel, is expanding its product range by offering the European Corporate Card. The new card solution supports companies operating in Europe and their employees in carrying out and managing business trips more efficiently. The European Corporate Card will be available in France starting September 24. By the end of 2019, it will be available in 18 other European countries, including Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.
Optimizing processes with one strong partner
The European Corporate Card provides employees with a simple, secure, convenient and globally deployable solution to pay for business-related expenses during trips. In the future, companies and their employees will enjoy the same services and benefits across all 19 European countries. Instead of various national banking partners, AirPlus is the central touch point for all matters, which helps companies to streamline processes and reduce administration. "With the new European Corporate Card Solution, AirPlus meets the need of multinational customers to standardize payment processes. AirPlus customers and their employees can now count on a single partner who centralizes, simplifies and harmonizes all processes: from the implementation of the card program to payment and reporting," explains Patrick W. Diemer, CEO of AirPlus International.
Full insurance coverage and worldwide acceptance
Business travelers not only benefit from full insurance coverage and local AirPlus customer service, but also from the high-level card acceptance in the Mastercard network. In 210 countries and territories worldwide, travelers can use their cards to pay at over 44 million MasterCard acceptance points.
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