Diners Club adds Japanese language capability to reporting tool

Source: Discover Financial Services

Diners Club International, a business unit of Discover Financial Services (NYSE: DFS), today announced the launch of the Japanese language capability for its premier reporting product, Global Vision.

Introduced in 1992, Diners Club Global Vision is an online information management reporting tool that helps corporate card clients effectively measure, analyze and leverage T&E spending on a local and global basis. As a result, Global Vision enables users to improve delinquency management, enforce policy compliance, gain leverage in vendor negotiations, and enhance budgeting and forecasting.

"The Diners Club Corporate Card is the primary card used by most industry leaders in Japan. The addition of the Japanese language functionality to Global Vision provides a tremendous asset to this important customer base," said Katsuhiko Tanabe, sales manager of Diners Club Japan. "This enhancement is just another example of how Diners Club is committed to ensuring that Global Vision continues to be the standard by which other corporate card reporting tools are measured."

Global Vision provides comprehensive reporting capabilities including the ability for users to create custom reports with access to enhanced data items. Reporting is available in more than 150 local country currencies, and reports can be consolidated in one of 10 currencies for multinational organizations. Global Vision also is available in Spanish and French Canadian versions, with other languages possible. In addition, the Global Vision's tiered services option provides customized reporting solutions that meet specific market needs, will be offered in Japanese as well.

As the card of choice for leading corporations, frequent travelers, and affluent individuals around the world, Diners Club is a premier provider of innovative solutions to answer key travel management concerns, powerful information and data, unmatched service and an award winning affinity program.

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