In the comedy classic Seinfeld, George Constanza’s ‘fat wallet’ was so engorged that it actually exploded in a flurry of receipts and membership cards. So, it only makes sense that Jason Alexander, who played Constanza, is hosting PYMNT’S prestigious 2017 Innovator Awards, in which Amadeus has been shortlisted as a finalist for ‘Best B2B Innovation’.
Voting is open until February 24th – so vote now to make sure your voice is heard! Scroll down to the “best B2B Innovation” category, select Amadeus and don’t forget to enter your email address and hit “submit” if you would like to help Amadeus win this award.
Amadeus B2B Wallet empowers travel agencies with a range of payment options so they can choose the best payment method, reduce costs, and make supplier payments more efficient. It provides an efficient and secure way for travel agencies to pay their suppliers using a fresh approach: virtual cards.
The awards, held in conjunction with PYMNT’S Innovation Project® 2017, honour both new and seasoned payments players. Described as the “Davos of Payments”, the event brings together the most senior executives and leaders in payments, commerce and retail each year for two days of closed door, off-the-record discussions.
Winners will be announced live on March 16th at Annenberg Hall on the campus of Harvard University in Cambridge, MA.
We are honoured for this opportunity to compete in the final round of the awards because just making it this far involved weeks of deliberation by investors and payments industry experts.
Discover other innovation awards won by Amadeus here.