Apiso today announced that it has entered into a long-term marketing and distribution partnership with Spanish technology company Voxel Group to promote the growth of its advanced payment integration solutions. The partnership was signed at the prestigious baVel Travel Summit held between 22nd and 24th May 2019 in Barcelona.
Apiso is a technology company that provides industry-leading open-API and web-based integration and distribution services with international customers and multiple channel partners including global distribution systems, travel technology companies, and third-party administrators in the insurance sector. It works with back-end issuing partners that are members of the Mastercard global payment network to automate the provision and administration of Mastercard virtual cards for B2B supplier payments.
Voxel Group provides technology in B2B Payments, eInvoicing and VAT refund. It offers leading solutions in eBilling, ePayments and supply chain via baVel, the world leading eSettlement platform for the hotel and travel industries that provides services to more than 50,000 hotels, 800 tour operators and travel companies in 120 different countries.
The partnership and resulting technical integration between Apiso and Voxel’s baVel platform will facilitate access by Voxel’s customers and partners to Apiso’s unique product offering in the Middle East region and will enable Voxel to further penetrate this growing region and scale its operations across the Middle East and Africa region.
Andrew Sims, Director, Apiso said “The addition of this valuable partnership will enable Apiso to broaden its reach by gaining access to the wide range of partners and customers already integrated into the baVel ecosystem and will drive transactions and payment volume to our issuing partners in the MEA region”.
Xavier Ginesta, Chairman, Voxel Group said: “With this agreement, Voxel extends the partners’ ecosystem of our B2B Payments Solution and the regional scope of our value prop, proving our commitment to streamline payments in the travel space”.