Concur's startup investment fund is splashing the cash once more with an injection of capital into Table8.
The corporate travel technology giant's Perfect Trip fund has led the $4.6 million round in the late-booking restaurant service, with unnamed individual angels also participating.
Table8 launched officially just a few weeks ago and is currently only US-focused, but has plans to launch in the UK soon.
The system works by giving access to restaurants without a reservation made weeks in advance.
The new tie-in with Concur is obvious, targeting business travellers who often do not make dinner arrangements until the last minute during a trip.
John Torrey, executive vice president for corporate strategy at Concur, says:
"We launched the Perfect Trip Fund with this exact objective in mind – find the companies who are focused on delivering the perfect trip by innovating around important traveler needs.
"Dining is one of the most important elements of delivering the Perfect Trip and Table8 is focused on improving the experience of diners and travelers everywhere."
The investment comes the same week as Concur signs an agreement with IBM so that the hardware company can re-sell business travel services into existing travel and expense management departments of corporations.
The Perfect Trip has a string of investments under its belt (more from CEO Steve Singh here), with TripIt the most high profile so far.