Concur announced that Amtrak, FlightTrack by Mobiata, GateGuru, MetrO by Kinevia, OAG, Open Table and Taxi Magic will provide third-party services to the travel and expense-management company's mobile platform.
The integration of these mobile solutions comes about as Concur tweaked its partner program, Concur Connect, by adding mobile APIs and web services for third-party developers.
Concur also says later this year its mobile solution will have the ability to incorporate a Twitter feed and the ability to share travel plans on social networking sites, including Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
Concur's mobile apps are available on the iPhone, Blackberry and Android plaforms.
In other corporate travel news, Orbitz for Business announced that it will supplement its expense management solutions by integrating IBM's Global Expense Reporting Solution.
That's the second public win for the IBM product in two days as Rearden Commerce revealed yesterday that it too has adopted the IBM Global Expense Reporting Solution.
With the flurry of corporate travel announcements proceeding at breakneck speed because of the National Business Travel Association conference in Houston this week, Cornerstone Information Systems revealed it has integrated Databasics Expense Reporting into Cornerstone's iBank data-management platform.
The integration of Databasics Expense Reporting means Cornerstone's corporate clients will be able to take booked data from myriad suppliers and capture it in clients' expense reporting systems, Cornerstone says.