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Chrome River, Amadeus Link For T&E

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The travel and expense management services of Chrome River are linking up with the corporate travel offerings of Amadeus, the companies announced Thursday (Nov. 10).

In a press release, Chrome River said it will join Amadeus as a Premier Partner, offering its corporate travel and expense management solutions for Amadeus clients. The deal is an extension of their existing partnership, announced last year, that saw the two firms roll out a corporate travel solution across North America.

“Corporate travel and finance executives want the ability to choose the travel booking and expense management solutions that best fit their individual organizations’ needs, without being forced into using a single provider’s solutions,” said Chrome River CEO Alan Rich in a statement. “With this new partnership, Chrome River and Amadeus are able to offer the flexibility to use closely integrated solutions.”

“Chrome River and Amadeus already share enterprise customers, and deepening this relationship will allow us to better serve the needs of the enterprise travel market,” the executive continued.

In another statement, Amadeus North America Head of Business Travel Jay Richmond said the collaboration aims to offer “greater flexibility and choice” to join clients.

“By selecting Chrome River as a preferred partner for expense management, we are able to provide our customers with a rich, highly configurable solution that can easily scale to the global requirements of large enterprises.”

Amadeus’ announcement of the extended partnership with Chrome River follows in the same week the company revealed its expansion within Asia, launching its Cytric Travel & Expense offering in the market.

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