Mobile payment for frequent business travellers.

Designed for people who travel regularly, the Digital FASTCARD improves expense management processes for finance teams and travellers. Travellers benefit from a mobile payment option that is compatible with Apple Pay and Android Pay digital wallets.

Trip data is captured electronically removing the hassle of paper receipts, out-dated reconciliation processes and expense claims.

Finance teams get access to real time data, better cost control and visibility via Cabcharge Plus, which also integrates with the leading 3rd party expense management systems.

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No more paper receipts

Keep teams moving – tap to pay

Automated cost coding

No month end paperwork

Ensure policy compliance

No surge pricing

Get your finance team onboard

We free up business travellers to focus on what matters. With Cabcharge you can say goodbye to paper receipts and frustrating month-end expense claims.

Click the button below and we will generate an email that you can send on to your finance team, EA or office manager.

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Calculate time and cost savings.

Simply answer these 3 questions and we’ll tell you how much Cabcharge can save you.

How many people are employed by your organisation?
Select the option which applies to your organisation. If you’re not sure of the exact number of employees then select the option that is most likely to be correct.

Which of the following best describes your organisation’s use of business travel?
These options are provided as broad categories. The three tiers are defined as:
  • Light – A small number of staff travel occasionally
  • Moderate – A small portion of staff travel frequently
  • Heavy – A significant portion of staff travel frequently

How does your organisation currently manage business travel expenses?
Click one of the options to help us understand your organisation’s current approach to business travel expense management. Select the most prominent method in cases where more than one option applies.