Business travel platform Pana has become part of the Coupa expense management service.
Terms of the acquisition have not been disclosed.
The deal is the second in the travel sector in recent years for U.S.-based Coupa after its deal to buy Yatra in January 2020.
Coupa CEO Rob Bernshteyn says the agreement to acquire Pana will "allow us to build upon our success in Expense Management and further unlock our potential with our Travel Saver offering."
"This deal is consistent with our M&A strategy of adding technology components that maximize and enhance the value of our organic transactional core engine and/or augmenting this engine with key advanced power applications that optimize the value of these transactions."
Pana raised $3.5 million in January this year, led by RTP Ventures and included participation from investors Matt Ziskie and Dave Ambrose.
It had brought in a $10 million Series A round in April 2019, backed by Bessemer Ventures and featuring the support of Techstars, MergeLane Fund and Matchstick Ventures.
Pana company started out in 2014 as an on-demand travel concierge service, with users being encouraged to send a message via its app to request flight bookings, hotels, car rental and restaurant recommendations.
Pana would then reply with details to each user, using a model or a two-tier monthly payment.
Since its foundation Pana has pivoted to serving travel managers and those making bookings on behalf of groups and visiting customers.