By Rob Alcock
Amazon Business has teamed up with Visa to provide enhanced transaction data on purchases made with commercial cards issued by Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Citi and PNC.
What does this mean for our customers? With enhanced transaction data, Amazon Business customers will receive additional details on their purchases and can easily reconcile their business purchases, resulting in increased speed, visibility and accuracy of expense recording. Enhanced transaction data provides corporate card administrators with greater visibility and control over their organization’s spending. Amazon Business customers already have access to features such as Free Two-Day Shipping on tens of millions of eligible items, multi-user business accounts, approval workflows, tax exemptions and dedicated customer support.
With the addition of enhanced transaction data, Amazon Business customers can now receive detailed data reports that integrate seamlessly with the most widely used reconciliation tools. The additional data available include item description, quantity, invoice number, PO number, tax rate and amount.
Don’t have an Amazon Business account? Bank of America Merrill Lynch commercial card holders can sign up for a free account here and enjoy streamlined registration.
PNC commercial card holders can sign up for a free account here and enjoy streamlined registration.
Citi commercial card holders can sign up for a free account here and then reach out to their issuing bank to discuss receiving the enhanced transaction data.
Already have an Amazon Business account? Click here to ensure enhanced data is enabled in your account settings.
Rob Alcock is the General Manager of Global Alliances at Amazon Business, based in Seattle Washington.