Concur, the world’s leading provider of on-demand Employee Spend Management services and hotel.info, the leading online hotel reservation service with more than 210,000 hotels worldwide, announced today a new agreement to integrate hotel content from hotel.info into Concur® Travel & Expense and Concur® Cliqbook Travel.
The Icelandic volcanic ash cloud has caused disruption to airlines, holiday makers and business travellers across the globe and whilst some stranded people are starting to make their way home, the fallout from the crisis will cause financial disruption for business for months to come.
Amadeus, a leading global technology and distribution partner to the travel industry, and Concur (Nasdaq: CNQR), a leading provider of on-demand employee spend management solutions, announced that they have entered into a long-term alliance.
Concur Technologies (NASDAQ: CNQR), the leading provider of workplace eCommerce solutions, announced today that it formed an alliance with GetThere.com, formerly Internet Travel Network, to deliver business-to-business eCommerce solutions through the Concur Travel Network?. Available through Concur eWorkplace.com? (www.concureworkplace.com), Concur Travel Network will offer organizations greater efficiency in procuring travel services on-line, allowing employees to research, book, and purchase travel services day or night.
Concur Technologies (Nasdaq: CNQR), the leading provider of employee-facing business applications, today announced that AT&T, the world’s premier voice and data communications company, has selected Concur’s Xpense Management Solution? (XMS?) to automate the management of travel and entertainment expenses. AT&T expects the intranet-based XMS to speed up the reporting and processing of its travel expenses—as well as corporate procurement card expenses—generating significant time savings for the 60,000 AT&T employees who will be using the system.
Concur Technologies (Nasdaq: CNQR), a leading provider of employee-facing business applications, today announced that Lucent Technologies - the global provider of communications networking and technology - has selected Concur’s Xpense Management Solution (XMS) to automate its expense management processes. The global implementation of XMS supports Lucent’s goal of increasing employee productivity throughout the entire organization of over 140,000 employees.
Concur Technologies, a leading provider of employee-facing business applications, today announced general availability of XMS/4, the latest version of Concur’s market leading Xpense Management Solution?. XMS/4 features XMS/Audit Administrator, the industry’s first Web-based tool that enables customers to create and maintain rules to enforce their corporate travel policies. Additionally, XMS/4 is now optimized for multiple platforms. Other enhancements to XMS/4 include features designed specifically for American Express corporate charge card and travel booking customers, and implementation of Web-based data analysis functionality.
To assist companies in Australia, New Zealand and Asia Pacific reduce the time and cost of corporate travel and entertainment expense processing, American Express Corporate Services and Concur Technologies today announced the local launch of Concur’s automated expense management product, the Xpense Management Solution? (XMS). The joint offering will further enable American Express and Concur to meet the corporate market demand for automated business cost reductions in Australia, New Zealand and Asia Pacific.
Concur Technologies, a leading provider of employee-facing business applications, today announced that its Xpense Management Solution? (XMS) has been selected by Joseph E. Seagram & Sons, Inc. Seagram employs 25,000 people worldwide and will run XMS? throughout its global organization to help the company achieve the money saving benefits of travel data collection, reporting, and analysis.