TravelPerk partners with Divvy to strengthen T&E
Travel benefits and Split team up to provide a travel and corporate expense management experience with a connection between the two companies. TravelPerk Achieves Primary Travel Partner Status Of Divvy Via Collaboration, According To Tuesday (June 29) ad.
“Through [recognizing] With each other’s strengths and expertise, we are able to set new standards for employees and businesses that we think our customers will love, ”said TravelPerk Chief Product and Technology Officer Ross McNairn in the ad.
To this end, Split Travel (powered by TravelPerk) provides a streamlined central portal that allows staff members to easily book and control their trips – from the moment they make their reservations until the time they spend their trips, the ad says.
The service also equips finance teams with “exceptional” visibility and management for all business expenses, according to the announcement. And it saves time and money.
“We are delighted to partner with TravelPerk to provide business owners with easy-to-use software that controls expenses,” Divvy Chief Revenue Officer sterling snow said in the ad. “With a complete expense and travel process, Divvy and TravelPerk can save finance teams valuable time and money. “
The collaboration occurs as businesses reopen and “must be positioned to grow, while on budget,” according to the announcement.
In April, TravelPerk announced that it had raised $ 160 million in Series D debt financing and equity to fuel the next iteration of its international investment, bringing its total investment to $ 294 million.
At the time, it was noted that TravelPerk intended to exploit the infusion to strengthen its European and American presence and focus on product innovations.
“Over the past 12 months, we have consistently innovated to meet the changing needs of travelers navigating the complex travel environment during COVID and have continued to grow as a business during one of the industry’s worst crises. ever known ”, TravelPerk CEO and co-Founder Avi meir said at the time.