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CNBCPleo, a start-up that offers companies payment cards and uses artificial intelligence (AI) techniques to automatically match receipts, has raised $3 million. The London and Copenhagen-based fintech firm is hoping to take on the likes of SAP-owned Concur and Expensify. "It's about bringing a new spending solution to businesses.
BusinessinsiderThe Danish fintech startup Pleo only just entered its beta testing stage but already has more than 500 companies signed up for early access to its service. Why? Because Pleo offers something every employee and every manager and every accounting department at every company needs: a company card that automates expense reports.
TechCrunchThere are a plethora of startups attempting to make filing company expenses suck less, such as Belgium's Xpenditure or U.S.-based Expensify, which focus on capturing expense data and making it easier to file claims. Now a new player Pleo is throwing its wares into the ring with a new company expenses card - both virtual and an actual physical card - that cla… See more
TechCrunchLondon and Copenhagen-based fintech startup Pleo, which offers a card and app to manage company expenses, has closed an additional $3.25 million in funding. The round was led by European VC firm Creandum, with participation from pre-seed and seed investor Seedcamp, and previous backer Founders.
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Siftery BlogAt Siftery, we're well aware of the growing complexity of most companies' software stack. We're still a small company, but we're using 167 different products, about half of them paid, and we know our case isn't anomalous.
MarTechSeriesSiftery launched Siftery Track to help businesses visualize and optimize their software expenditures. The product connects to an accounting system or other financial accounts and automatically generates beautiful visualizations of historic and forecasted spend by product, category, or team.
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Travelstop BlogWe're incredibly excited to announce that Travelstop was named one of the top travel startups to watch out for in 2019 by none other than Skift. The largest industry intelligence platform on travel, Skift gathers and reports the latest news and insights on the global travel industry.
The Business TimesSINGAPORE-based startup Travelstop has raised US$1.2 million (S$1.65 million) from investors, led by SeedPlus, a venture capital firm in Singapore, and a travel-focused one in the US. Other investors during this round include founders of Zuzu Hospitality Solutions Dan Lynn and Vikram Malhi, president and chief operating officer of Rally Health, David Ko, and… See more
DealStreetAsiaTravelstop , a Singapore-based travel startup founded by a team of former Yahoo! and Expedia employees, announced that it has raised $1.2-million seed funding from a group of investors led by SeedPlus , a Singaporean seed-stage venture fund.
e27Singapore-based SaaS platform Travelstop helps users book business travels and process their expenses
MediumFinally, an affordable, easy-to-use business travel solution for the modern professional. Today, we are incredibly excited to launch Travelstop. Travelstop is a modern solution for business travel that makes it easy to manage business trips, automate expense reporting, and provide meaningful insights. If you haven't already, sign up and get started for free.
YahooSingapore-based SaaS platform Travelstop helps users book business travels, and process their expenses Singapore-based traveltech startup Travelstop was launched today with a US$1.2 million seed funding round led by venture capital (VC) firm SeedPlus and an undisclosed US-based travel-focussed VC firm
SkiftFive months and $1.2 million in seed funding later, Singapore-based Travelstop, which aims to disrupt the huge corporate travel management space in Asia, is rolling out local versions of its platform this week in seven languages in Indonesia, Thailand, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea and Vietnam.
SkiftSkift puts the needs of travel industry leaders first when we judge startups. We hope our recommendations provide a lucrative partnership or help solve a pain point. Come join us on June 27 at Skift Tech Forum in San Francisco, where you'll meet many leading founders and investors.
TechCrunchTravelstop is a new startup in Singapore that aims to bring the benefits of business travel management to SMEs and other smaller companies in Southeast Asia. The company launched its product today after being founded in November 2017 by three entrepreneurs who worked at TravelMob, the Singapore sta...
Tech in AsiaPrashant Kirtane made headlines three years ago when he sold his stake in his startup TravelMob to HomeAway, a vacation-rentals portal and a subsidiary of Expedia. The sale went for an undisclosed sum, and was a strategic move by Expedia to take on its business nemesis Airbnb.