May 24, 2017

Vision Travel, CSI globalVCard partner to solve pain points in travel procurement with virtual card payment system

TORONTO -- Vision Travel and CSI globalVCard announce the integration of Concur Compleat to their single-use virtual card payments partnership.

The partnership, which brought the security and control of virtual cards to corporate travel in Canada, now offers automated functionality. Vision Travel places CSI globalVCard's highly secure virtual card numbers directly into Concur, automating and streamlining reservations. Vision Travel is the first travel management company in Canada to introduce virtual card payments to their customers.

"Vision Travel is committed to a personalized and responsive approach to the business of travel," said Brian Robertson, president, Vision Travel, Ontario-West. "This partnership advances our capabilities and gives corporate travel clients highly secure payments that are customized, controlled and easier to reconcile."

The integration solves the following pain points:

Security – card numbers become invalid once the transaction is complete, offering elite security.
Compliance – only preauthorized purchases are processed, assuring budget compliance.
Control – spending limits and usage are controlled in real time with desktop or mobile devices.
Reconciliation – virtual card numbers are tied to specific transactions allowing reconciliation by traveler, trip or department.

"Our integration with Concur Compleat allows Vision Travel to offer next level service by saving time and increasing the security of payments," commented Juliann Pless, SVP, globalVCard Travel. "It's exciting to play such a pivotal role in the expansion of virtual travel solutions into the Canadian market. We are looking forward to this evolving partnership with Vision Travel."



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