Digital Wallets

Contactless payment with Airbase.

Add your Airbase physical card to your Apple Pay or Google Pay digital wallet for contactless payment.

In addition to your personal cards, you can now add your Airbase business card to Apple Pay or Google Pay. If you’re not already a digital wallet user, now might be the time to consider becoming one.

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Trusted by finance teams at all stages.

Digital wallets provide contactless payment to eliminate risk.

Airbase accounting automation syncs all transactions to the GL.
Avoid touching a POS card terminal, or using a pen for a signature. A digital wallet for contactless payment keeps you safer.

Digital wallets are convenient and are more secure than using a physical credit or debit card. This is because card details are not shared with a merchant when a purchase is made. Instead, a unique token is generated to approve each transaction.

Digital wallet purchases are “contactless,” which adds another type of security for our cardholders. As businesses work to provide safer environments by minimizing physical contact, we expect to see a continued surge in demand for contactless payments from retailers and consumers alike.

Digital wallet vs virtual cards.

Digital wallets are a consumer-based product and are increasingly accepted by retailers, restaurants, taxis, and public transportation. The B2B sector also has other payment tools, like virtual cards, that carry additional benefits for company card spending, notably helping with spending controls and automated accounting entries.

At Airbase, we also know that there are times (for example, when traveling, or at a restaurant) that a physical card is easier to use than a virtual card. Now you can make your physical Airbase corporate card contactless so you don’t have to carry it around, hand it to people, or sign for it.

Beyond safety. Get control, visibility, and cash back.

Improve
spend controls.

Use spend requests and approvals to ensure that company expenses are pre-approved before employees make card purchases.

Give every card
a budget.

Set spend limits for each card to prevent overspending and unauthorized vendor charges.

Simple receipt
capture.

Employees using the physical card can upload receipts via mobile app, and virtual card users can attach receipts to each transaction.

Generous
cash back.  

Ensure a positive ROI on your Airbase subscription. Cash back, plus savings on legacy systems, let you monetize your spending.

JD Higginbotham, Controller at Ridecell

A look at mobile payments.

Digital wallets, also referred to as mobile payments, have existed in various guises for many years, but they’ve only gained popularity since Apple Pay announced its digital wallet in 2014. 

Today, there are over 25 different digital wallets. Some are from card providers, such as Mastercard and American Express, others are from retailers like Walmart and Starbucks. Samsung Pay is available for use on their devices. Apple Pay and Google Pay have broad retail acceptance, making them convenient platforms for your Airbase business card.

Here’s how to add your Airbase card to your digital wallet.

Apple Pay for business cards:

  • Go to the Wallet app and tap
    .
  • From the Payment Cards screen, tap Credit or Debit Card. 
  • Scan the card using the mobile camera or type in the card details using Enter Card Details Manually option.
  • Once the card has been added, card verification is required for security purposes. Airbase will send a one-time password to your work email to confirm your identity.
  • Tap Next on the Card Verification screen.
  • Use Enter Code option and enter the code you received via email. The card is now added to Apple Pay account.

Google Pay for business cards.

  1. Open the Google Pay app.
  2. Tap
    .
  3. Add your card details and tap Save.
  4. You can now start making payments using the card in Google Pay.

Add contactless options to your corporate card program with Airbase cards.

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