WEX Inc. a provider of corporate payment solutions, has announced it formed an agreement with Globalia, a European supplier of air, hotel and travel related services, to provide the WEX Travel solution. The agreement emphasizes WEX’s commitment to service customers across Europe with its virtual payment technology. The WEX Travel solution allows Globalia to reduce costs, increase efficiencies, and improve security with its pioneering single use virtual card technology.
Myles Stephenson, CEO of WEX subsidiary CorporatePay said, “We are delighted to announce another significant client win in Europe. Our relationship with Globalia will ensure Globalia has the necessary tools to help meet the business objective of efficient payments to drive customer satisfaction.”
Miguel Angel Sanchez, CFO of Globalia said, “The WEX virtual solution offers us a flexible, secure and efficient payment system for our providers. Working with WEX allows us to further enhance our core business activities, while we continue to develop the services and tools for major partners.”
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