Concur led a $9 million investment in Nor1 and agreed to use the company's eStandby Upgrade solution - Business Travel News

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December 18, 2012 - 12:35 PM ET

Concur led a $9 million investment in Nor1 and agreed to use the company's eStandby Upgrade solution to bring "hotel upsell offers" to business travel customers and TripIt users, the companies announced. Nor1 partners include Hilton, Hyatt, Carlson Rezidor, InterContinental and Kimpton properties, according to a statement.

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