About This Software
Founded in 1994 as one of the first European business travel online booking tools, and rolling out integrated expenses in 2006, KDS is a technology company that focuses on streamlining and improving T&E processes and spend management. KDS has experience with companies of all sizes, from micro companies (under 20 employees) to large multinationals (over 100,000 employees), and can support complex multiple currencies, languages, and ERP environments. The platform is available to customers directly from KDS, or via distribution partners across the finance, payments, ISVs, Corporate Travel (TMC), and BPO sectors.
The KDS unified booking and travel expense tool, KDS Neo, is offered on a single SaaS platform and can connect to any type of content or back-office system globally. This includes all major HR and ERP platforms, enabling efficient and seamless integration of company reference data and expense posting to business GL/AP or payroll. The platform is PCI-certified and supports a variety of additional industry certification standards.
Awards: Trophee innovation – Offres Affaires, Business Travel Awards – Best self Booking Tool, Phocuswright – Travel Innovation Summit People’s Choice Award, Smart Mobility – Smart Mobility Award, Italian Mission Awards – Miglior self booking tool, PayStream Advisors – Innovative Travel & Expense Management Technology of the Year, 2016
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