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Why Airlines Need To Get Their Wheels Up On Alt Payments

Why Airlines Need To Get Their Wheels Up On Alt Payments

Time is up.That — according to CEO Kristian Gjerding of CellPoint Mobile and CEO Ralph Kaiser of Universal Air Travel Plan (UATP) — is the reality that airlines and other travel vertical players must wrap their minds around when it comes to thinking beyond card...

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UATP Bolsters Exec Team after Record 2018

UATP Bolsters Exec Team after Record 2018

By Adam Perrotta, BTNFresh off a record-breaking 2018, UATP has added four members to its executive team as it grows its corporate charge card and alternative forms of payment processing business areas.Zach Ornelas will lead the global network sales department as VP,...

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Airline Payment Network UATP Hires New Chief Legal Officer

Airline Payment Network UATP Hires New Chief Legal Officer

By Phillip Bantz | February 05, 2019Airline-owned payment network Universal Air Travel Plan Inc. has appointed Dave Goldwin, former in-house attorney for WebMD LLC, as its new chief legal officer.Dave Goldwin will represent the company on commercial and legal affairs,...

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The Big Story: Future Tense — Payment Solutions

The Big Story: Future Tense — Payment Solutions

Today’s expense technology is transforming travel processes from beginning to endBy Bryan YurcanTechnology marches inexorably onward, and for corporate travel and expense programs, that march is increasingly away from physical plastic cards and toward virtual forms of...

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UATP Embraces B2B Payment Changes

UATP Embraces B2B Payment Changes

It’s the oldest payments network in the world that you might not be familiar with. Universal Air Travel Plan (UATP) is the oldest payments network in the world — 83 years and counting — and handles an estimated 15 percent of the global air travel market, with 80...

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What Do Alipay & WeChat Pay Mean for Corporate Payments?

What Do Alipay & WeChat Pay Mean for Corporate Payments?

By JoAnn DeLuna Merchants around the world now enable the millions of outbound Chinese tourists to pay for items as they can do at home. These merchants now accept the two most widely used Chinese mobile apps: Alipay and WeChat Pay. These apps "are processing 10 to 11...

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