Conferma Pay and Boost Payment Solutions have committed to developing a “best-in-class” virtual payment solution in an extension of their partnership. The partnership seeks to revolutionise B2B payments by replacing legacy systems with a secure, digitised and automated ecosystem capable of handling unique and high-volume virtual payments. The collaboration offers a seamless B2B virtual
Dame Nancy Jane Rothwell, President of the University of Manchester The Salford centre, which opened its doors this autumn, provides after-school academic support, mentoring and aspiration-raising programmes, to ensure that every young person can reach their full potential, regardless of background or family income. Building on the success of the first centre in Harpurhey, Manchester,
Lalor brings more than 20 years of leadership experience in commercial operations, strategy development and partner engagement at some of the world’s most well-known and innovative fintech companies. He most recently served as Chief Executive of Square’s European business, headquartered in Dublin, as well as serving as Executive Director on several of Square’s international Boards.
Q. What made you apply for the Conferma Pay graduate scheme? Having finished my MSc in Management from the University of Leeds, I wanted to gain experience in a corporate environment, specifically within the payments industry. I did my research and discovered that Conferma Pay is at the centre of it all with an impressive
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As virtual cards migrate into digital wallets, business users are beginning to enjoy an experience that had until now been more common in the consumer space. With the landscape evolving so fast, and with so much in flux, we’ve created a report to showcase real-world virtual card use cases to help you understand the technology
Today’s announcement builds on Sabre’s August 2022 acquisition of Conferma Pay. The collaboration with Mastercard is the next step in advancing Sabre’s goal to create an open and independent travel payment ecosystem. Digitisation of travel payments with virtual cards helps address the historic challenges associated with B2B leisure and corporate travel payments. The securely generated,
Naturally, this work requires us to have an organised payment system to book hotels and extended stay accommodations on behalf of our corporate clients. We traditionally utilised lodge cards with higher lines of credit to pay the various properties and while this system worked, there was room for improvement. National uses Sabre to make bookings
Across Europe, corporates can reclaim VAT on employee travel expenses for business trips, including transport, meals and accommodation. Yet during a period where the rate of inflation exceeds 8% in many markets, and central banks are embarking on significant tightening of monetary policy, businesses are missing out on vital profitability by failing to reclaim VAT.
Against this backdrop, payments leader Conferma Pay is seeking to leverage the technological innovations of virtual cards to launch an industry-first capability. Dubbed ‘Conferma Carbon Reporting’, the system offers a unique ability to capture a precise record of airline, hotel and all on-trip spend, including the likes of taxis or meals, in a single end-to-end
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