Travelstop will be putting its claim of "reimagining business travel and expense management" to the test following a $3 million investment windfall this week.
The company's pre-Series A round is being led by Accel with Strive and previous investor SeedPlus also included in the group of investors.
A $1.2 million seed round was put into the Singapore-based startup in August 2018.
Travelstop has focused on providing tools for business travelers to handle trip and group planning, invoicing and expense-related services.
The investment coincides with a partnership signed with Indonesia-based Traveloka to provide online booking tools for flights and hotels on the platform.
This integration is expected to launch fully in the next few months.
Other tools expected on the product roadmap include travel disruption management and travel insurance services.
Co-founder and CEO, Prashant Kirtane, says traditional travel management companies have "not kept pace modern times."
"They're complicated, disjointed, expensive and they don't offer choice," he claims. "We want to change that."
Travelstop's round comes in the same period of continued of investment in business travel-related startups.
The most high-profile round came in the form of a $250 million investment in TripActions in June this year.