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TripActions Adds Integrations For Microsoft, SAP And Others – pymnts.com


Corporate travel management platform TripActions said in a press release that its TripActions Liquid payments and expense system now integrates with leading corporate finance systems.

Among the enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems with which TripActions Liquid communicates now are NetSuite, Microsoft Dynamics, Sage Intacct, SAP and Xero, according to the release.

“This integration automates and integrates [travel and entertainment (T&E)] and ERP data to help finance teams experience an entirely new level of visibility over financial data,” Michael Sindicich, general manager of TripActions Liquid, said in the release. “An automated link with ERP systems will improve analytical capabilities and provide executives with true spending intelligence across the greater organization.”

Among the advantages of the integrations TripActions touts in the release about the new integrations is that finance teams will be able to track expenses as they’re incurred rather than when employees submit them.

TripActions states in marketing materials that a big advantage it offers business travelers is a robust online platform coupled with access to human travel agents ’round the clock.

TripActions’ offerings include the Liquid payment card, which PYMNTS reported helps eliminate frustrations that emerge — even during times of limited travel — that come from having employees working from remote outposts.

Palo Alto, Calif.-based TripActions has 900 employees at six U.S. offices and locations in London and Amsterdam, according to its website. The company lists investors including Andreessen Horowitz, Lightspeed and Group 11. The company was founded in 2015.

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