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Divvy And TripActions Announce New Partnership

Lehi― Divvy, the growing tech startup out of Lehi, Utah and TripActions, the fastest growing corporate travel management company in Palo Alto, California, announced a new joint partnership today. The partnership aims to save businesses money on corporate travel, while also helping them spend and manage their finances in a smarter way.

The Divvy PlatformCEO Blake Murray of Divvy said, “We’re ecstatic about our partnership with TripActions. Since business travel is such a huge part of many businesses, and travel goes hand-in-hand with expense management, our partnership made perfect sense. We serve the same customer base, and TripActions has found an objectively better way to save businesses money on travel, while incentivizing employees to be instrumental in that cost savings.”

CEO Ariel Cohen of TripActions comments: “Divvy is an innovator in the expense management and payments space, and we’re thrilled to be partnered with them. Together we’ll help companies spend smarter, while saving money and time through simplifying business travel and expenses associated with work trips. We look forward to a fruitful partnership for years to come.”

TripActions offers an end-to-end travel platform built and designed for road warriors. Their clients’ travelers enjoy personalized results to book a trip in minutes, a wide selection of flights, hotels and transportation, and proactive 24/7 support to help when plans change. They focus on aligning company priorities and traveler needs –– thanks to its high traveler adoption rates, companies save an average of 34% on their travel spend and travelers give TripActions a 97% satisfaction rating.

Divvy is a secure financial platform for businesses to manage payments and subscriptions, build strategic budgets, and eliminate expense reports. By integrating real-time tracking for every business transaction, Divvy provides organizations with instant insight into their spend. With Divvy, you can make informed cash flow decisions, curb losses before they happen, and never have to save a receipt again.

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