Serko Enters the World of Virtual Card Payment

 A leader in online travel booking and expense management for business, announced a new partnership with Conferma, the leader of virtual card services, that will give users of Serko Online the option to pay for business travel using Virtual Cards. Virtual Cards have grown in popularity as they are more secure than physical cards, allow

Derbysoft and Conferma Partner to Offer Ehanced Pa...

Conferma, a global FinTech company specialising in virtual card technology today announces its partnership with DerbySoft. The partnership will expand payment options available to the world’s global hotel companies, offering a fully integrated virtual payment solution into their accepted payment methods for the first time. Multi-channel travel commerce has enabled hotels to reach more customers. Although

What`s In Store for Corporate Travel Payments?

Simon Barker, CEO and Founder of leading virtual card technology provider, Conferma, explores what 2017 has in store for business travel payments  We can be certain that uncertainty is here to stay 2017 will stand out as a year of significant change for corporate travel. The biggest challenges facing business over the next year will spring

Simon Barker, Conferma CEO, The Faxless Phenom, BT...

distribution platform through an API. Conferma’s system now can send virtual cards to hotels, eliminating the need for companies or travel management companies to fax hotels authorizations for each traveler. Conferma has connected directly to 1,300 Premier Inn, Travelodge and City Express Properties and about 70 other platforms like global distribution systems, expense tools and

Sabre/Conferma Integration Fully Automates Virtual...

Of the virtual payments made through Sabre today, hotel bookings account for more than 95 percent, Fyfe said. Using a Conferma virtual card number for hotel bookings has been wholly automated in Sabre since Sabre introduced Virtual Payments for Hotel Settlement in 2011, both for agency and online booking tool reservations. Air bookings work differently

Technology and Business Travel @ GBTA Frankfurt

The Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) – the voice of the global business travel industry – and German business travel buyer association VDR – wrapped up their third successful joint conference in Europe this week with record attendance, GBTA reported the event brought together over 950 attendees from 20+ countries for networking, education and top-notch

Conferma and Cornerstone Partner to Create an Unpa...

Conferma and Cornerstone have partnered because their complementary products create a powerful automated payment solution. Cornerstone’s AutoPay enables the operationalization of virtual payment while Conferma has built an unbridled network of banking partners globally. See the full press release here About Conferma Pay Conferma Pay is a global financial technology company. We design and integrate

New appointment Signals Conferma’s Plans to Boos...

As part of Conferma’s global strategy for further expansion of corporate virtual payment solutions, Desmond will be committed to developing Conferma`s growing virtual card issuing ecosystem in APAC. The opportunities are immense as the Asia-Pacific region is the fastest-growing in the world for corporate travel. By 2025, corporate travel spending in Asia-Pacific will more than

Conferma Connect is a finalist for Business Travel...

About Conferma Pay Conferma Pay is a global financial technology company. We design and integrate virtual payment systems that provides a more efficient, seamless and secure way to pay for for businesses. Linkedin Youtube Twitter Travel Meets Payment Conferma Pay was born in Manchester in 2005. Since then we have connected over 700 TMCs, and

Conferma introduces Connect to increase efficiency...

Conferma Connect, the secure virtual card delivery service, unlocks a truly revolutionary way to pay for corporate travel. Conferma has developed a new proprietary solution that automatically finds the best way to securely transmit virtual card information. Today suppliers receive Virtual Card payment information through established methods such as fax, API, or an hourly batch