Allocate Software, a provider of people management and HR processes software-as-a-service solutions, has announced a partnership agreement with international VAT reclamation experts WAY2VAT.
SelenityExpenses, Allocate’s leading e-Expenses management solution, has many customers who struggle to reclaim international VAT from staff travel. They will now be able to use WAY2VATs patented and revolutionary artificial intelligence technology to maximise reclamation alongside Selenity Expense’s unrivalled compliance.
Neil Everatt, General Manager Government & Commercial at Allocate Software, commented, “From the first conversations with the WAY2VAT team, there has been no doubt that a partnership was the right way forward. Our aim at Allocate Software is to deliver world-class services and technology to our ever-growing customer base. It has been clear that WAY2VAT has the same approach to customer care, service and ensuring the delivery of a service which supports in increasing operational speed and efficiency.
“We are excited to partner with WAY2VAT to enable our customers to access their international VAT reclaim services. We firmly believe this service will add value to our customers, allowing them to engage in hassle-free VAT reclaims and driving more revenue back into their organisation.”
Ely Marcovich, VP of Strategic Alliances and Partnerships at WAY2VAT, commented, “The advantage of a partnership between Allocate Software and WAY2VAT is that our services combined will add extra value to customers. As a result of WAY2VAT technology processing both foreign and local VAT claims; SelenityExpenses will increase greater accuracy and checks for greater value, with up to 30% on more clients’ refund.
“Our aim at WAY2VAT is to work with companies like Allocate Software to help customers get money back quickly and efficiently and to give the same technological advantages to all businesses regardless of size. We are excited and proud to work together, in partnership, to deliver our patented AI technology and VAT reclaim services to all their customers.”