WEX Inc. a provider of corporate payment solutions has announced it is working with Webjet as the launch customer for the WEX Travel solution in Australia. The online travel agency has successfully implemented the solution through WEX subsidiary, Wright Express Australia, and continues to expand the program to meet its global travel payment needs including settlement in eight currencies.
The Webjet adoption of the WEX Travel solution builds on WEX’s entrance into the Australian market and expands upon the success of the WEX Travel product in the United States, United Kingdom, Europe and Brazil.
“With top global online travel agencies now using WEX’s single use virtual accounts solution, it was fitting that the company’s first customer in Australia was one of the country’s largest online travel agencies,” said Greg Drumm, managing director Asia Pacific, Wright Express Australia. “WEX’s market-leading technology enables Webjet to enhance revenue, cut costs and increase efficiencies,” Drumm said.
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