Chrome River and Western Union Business Solutions have announced a partnership providing customers operational and cost efficiencies through the integration of online expense reporting and invoice processing coupled with cross-border payment processing.
Through the partnership, Chrome River customers will be provided with a secure, integrated payment processing solution to send and receive international payments and manage foreign currency exchange for their North American and overseas transactions. Also Western Union Business Solutions customers will be provided with an easy-to-use, SaaS-based expense reporting and invoice processing solution that has the flexibility to accommodate business rules, policies, workflow routing, management reporting and integration with ERP and financial systems.
“This relationship with Western Union Business Solutions is part of our strategy to ensure that Chrome River’s customers can solve their international payment requirements smoothly and efficiently,” said Alan Rich, co-founder and chief executive officer of Chrome River. “We are proud to be part of an ecosystem with Western Union Business Solutions that is focused on providing seamless solutions to our enterprise customers.”
“Western Union Business Solutions is pleased to partner with Chrome River to provide our customers with enterprise class travel expense reporting and invoice management automation,” said Jonathan Rees, managing director, North America, at Western Union Business Solutions. “We take pride in supporting our clients as they conduct global business and our work with Chrome River will give them the opportunity to benefit from a truly streamlined and efficient payment platform.”
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