Are you traveling for your company?

You are always on the road. But apart from your business obligations, you may have the chance to visit a new city, taste local food and meet new people. A business trip, however, can also come with difficult payments and cumbersome travel expense reports. What if you did not have to care about payments, reimbursements and reports and could just focus on what is important to you?

Stay focused - take a closer look.

Your company pays

Your company pays

Virtual cards for businesses are usually central payment solutions, meaning everything paid with a virtual card is settled through your company's corporate account. No advanced payments for you and no exceeding your private credit card limit.

No travel expense reports

No travel expense reports

Those who travel know how cumbersome those travel expense reports can be. No travel expense report is needed, however, for those expenses paid with a centrally settled virtual card. More time for you to focus on your main tasks.

Be on the safe side

Be on the safe side

Usually, virtual card usage is tailored to your specific trip to avoid fraud, which is a great benefit. On top of that, some providers and experts in business travel such as AirPlus International even offer full insurance coverage for the whole business trip.

What exactly is a virtual card?

The term virtual card sounds super fancy and sophisticated. But it's not. Actually, virtual credit cards are simply the digital version of a normal plastic card - often Mastercard® credit card. A virtual card always comes with credit card number, expiry date and security code, everything you need for making a payment. Find out more:

How can I use a virtual card?

Okay, a virtual card is a digital version of a plastic payment card such as a normal Mastercard credit card. Clear so far. But how can it actually be used at check-out? No worries, it works and the documents listed below explain how easy it can be!