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Accountor launches a corporate payment card called Kortti a+

Accountor launches corporate payment card called Korttia+ to make expense management smoother for companies. The card is used together with eTasku receipt handling application.

Accountor launches a payment card called Korttia+ for corporate usage. It simplifies and automates the receipt and expense management for companies. At the same time, it facilitates real-time follow-up on companies’ expenses.

“We want to offer an even wider selection of solutions to make the everyday business in companies smoother. Therefore, to accompany our comprehensive service and software offering, we bring a corporate card Korttia+ that makes the burdensome expense management and monitoring more efficient for companies”, says Accountor’s President and CEO Niklas Sonkin.

Accountor’s Korttia+ works together with receipt handling application eTasku. Via eTasku, the card payment receipts can be delivered easily and quickly into financial management software. Thus, companies’ finances are more transparent and can be monitored in real time. The solution also reduces the hassle of searching for expense receipts every month. eTasku has now integrations with 20 financial management software in Finland. The Korttia+ is available for eTasku’s current customers free of charge.

The card issuer is Accountor’s partner Mynt, which is a Visa Principal member. Korttia+ is a Visa Platinum Business card and it can be used either as payment, credit or dual-purpose company card. The card works virtually or as a physical card, according to the user’s preferences.

The financial services industry is evolving at an accelerating pace, and Accountor is a forerunner in utilizing the changes. One of the changes is EU’s Payment Service Directive 2 (PSD2) that focuses on fraud prevention, strong identification, and secure access to account and card transactions. The directive includes rules on the security and liability of payment services, which ensure that the payment service providers comply with appropriate security standards and that customers’ funds and data are protected.