Finance application provider Apptricity said it integrated its expense management tool with Sabre's GetThere. - Business Travel News

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November 13, 2012 - 02:30 PM ET

Finance application provider Apptricity said it integrated its expense management tool with Sabre's GetThere. The latest integrated expense option from GetThere would allow joint customers to book travel, "manage pre-trip authorizations and automatically create expense reports from travel booking data," according to Apptricity Expense Management product manager Brian Anderson.

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