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Chrome River, Grasp Technologies Partner for Travel Analytics

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Chrome River, provider of expense reporting and supplier invoice processing software, announced a partnership with Grasp Technologies, provider of travel data acquisition and analytics, that will provide Chrome River customers with enriched travel data.

In addition to giving Chrome River EXPENSE customers additional visibility across booked and expensed data, the partnership will enable organizations to identify opportunities for process improvement and cost savings, and to monitor compliance with corporate policy.

“We are always looking for ways to help our customers be more operationally efficient and cost effective,” stated Alan Rich, co-founder and CEO of Chrome River Technologies. “We are excited about our partnership with Grasp, which will provide our customers with an easy way to decipher their travel expense spend to see how and where cost efficiencies can be gained.”

“We are very pleased to partner with Chrome River and drive further innovation in the space,” stated Dave Lukas, vice president of Grasp Technologies, “Together we will be able to provide customers a level of data and actionable intelligence that previously was either too cumbersome to attain or in many cases impossible for other providers to bring together.”

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