TravelPerk will provide travel reservation and management services to US small and medium business and Divvy spend specialist customers under a new partnership between the companies.
The new Divvy Travel, powered by TravelPerk, will allow Divvy customers access to TravelPerk’s full platform, including its airline, hotel and ground booking tool, as well as traveler assistance, reports and reviews. features such as the TravelCare risk management tool and the FlexiPerk cancellation refund service.
These travel services can be integrated with Divvy’s own spending and spending tools, including its virtual card solution, to provide customers with an integrated payment and reservation model that provides greater visibility and control over spending. corporate travel, the companies said.
Divvy customers would pay $ 15 per trip to access the full range of TravelPerk services, according to Divvy. Meanwhile, TravelPerk Premium and Pro customers, on the other hand, can access Divvy’s expense management solution at no additional cost.
Divvy entered into a similar partnership with TripActions at the end of 2018 to offer travel services to Divvy customers, but the companies no longer have a relationship, according to Divvy.
While TripActions and other technology-driven travel management providers have expanded to offer their own payment and expense services in recent years, Barcelona-based TravelPerk prefers to take a partnership-based approach, integrating its travel platform with third-party payment and expense specialists, according to business leaders.
TravelPerk closed a $ 160 million investment round in April, three months after significantly expanding its presence in the United States by acquiring travel management provider NexTravel.