Yes Bank partners fintech company Zaggle for corporate credit card

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Yes Bank, one of the leading private sector banks in India, has announced a strategic partnership with Zaggle, a fintech company that offers innovative solutions for corporate payments and expense management. The partnership aims to launch a co-branded corporate credit card that will enable seamless and efficient management of business expenses, travel, and vendor payments. The card will also offer various benefits such as cashback, rewards, discounts, and insurance to the cardholders.

The co-branded corporate credit card will leverage Zaggle's proprietary platform and Yes Bank's banking expertise to provide a comprehensive and customized solution for corporates. The card will allow corporates to set spending limits, track expenses, generate reports, and automate reimbursements. The card will also integrate with popular accounting software and ERP systems to simplify the reconciliation process. The card will be powered by Visa and will be accepted at over 200 countries and territories.

Rajan Pental, Global Head of Retail Banking at Yes Bank, said, "We are delighted to partner with Zaggle to offer a unique and innovative solution for corporate payments and expense management. This partnership is in line with our vision to provide best-in-class banking services to our customers and enhance their digital experience. We believe that this co-branded corporate credit card will help corporates optimize their cash flow, reduce operational costs, and improve compliance."

Avinash Godkhindi, Founder and CEO of Zaggle, said, "We are excited to join hands with Yes Bank to launch this co-branded corporate credit card that will revolutionize the way corporates manage their expenses. Zaggle's platform is designed to simplify and automate the entire expense management cycle, from pre-approval to payment to reconciliation. With this card, we aim to provide a seamless and secure payment solution that will empower corporates to control and optimize their spending."