Emburse Chooses MasterCard as Payment Network

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Emburse has announced that it has chosen MasterCard as the new payments network for Emburse Cards.

The joint ventures of the companies will help ​​modern finance teams to improve the digital economy and make transactions and purchases safer, simpler, smarter, and accessible through automated processes.

With Emburse Cards, finance professionals can issue and manage virtual and physical corporate cards easily from one centralized platform. The new payment solution will provide a fuller view to leaders into their teams’ spend.

The MasterCard network will also give Emburse customers with advanced security and ease of use of virtual cards.

In addition, Customers will also receive MasterCoverage and MasterCard ID Theft Protection for fraud and identity protection at scale while using virtual cards.

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