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GBTA Foundation Reveals Research

A new research released by the GBTA Foundation, revealed that small and mid-sized companies are more likely to allow business travellers to use non-transparent payment methods such as personal credit cards or cash advances.

When looking at usage of corporate credit cards, Central Travel Accounts and virtual cards adoption is consistent regardless of company size, showing these methods are accessible for a variety of companies.

This years’ Business Travel Payments Study, conducted in partnership with AirPlus International, revealed corporate credit card use remains widespread with nine of 10 travel programmes using them. While corporate cards are almost universal; more than half of travel programmes report using virtual payments.