Conferma and Atriss Partner to provide more corporations access to travel reconciliation

Conferma and Atriss Partner to provide more corporations access to travel reconciliation

Conferma, the expert in travel and expense reconciliation and settlement technology, announced today that it had signed a partnership agreement with ATRIIS, the developer of on-demand software solutions for the corporate travel industry, which will lead to the integration of Conferma’s settlement offering into ATRIIS’ self booking technology.

Established in 1999, ATRIIS currently works with 150 corporates world wide providing software solutions to optimise the planning, spend management and expense reimbursement of travel processes.

Conferma offers a virtual card-based payment system enabling corporates and their TMCs to pay and settle travel bookings in a secure environment as and when they are needed. In addition, Conferma provides accurate and powerful matching data that includes booking, itinerary and payment data which provides TMCs and their clients with a full audit trail right down to specific fields such as client cost centres.

Ian Allan Travel is the first UK agency to adopt ATRIIS.  Simon Dugan, Director of Sales and Account Management at Ian Allan Travel commented: “The ATRIIS system stood out to us immediately as not just a booking tool, but a total travel procurement system. The intergration of Conferma, which we have already been successfully using with our client base, enhances ATRISS’ offering even further.”

Simon Barker, CEO, Conferma, commented: “We are pleased to offer ATRIIS’s customers access to Conferma’s reconciliation and settlement technology. Available as an independent API Conferma’s offering can work with any existing infrastructure and booking systems.”

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Yossi Zukerman, ATRIIS’ VP for Sales and Marketing, added:  “By integrating Conferma’s settlement offering into our hotel search module our clients will have a full range of payment solutions for their hotel bookings.”

Conferma recently announced that it had expanded its portfolio to offer corporates and their TMCs the ability to book, reconcile and settle low cost carrier transactions.