In this episode, the founders of Hyper Travel (recently acquired by Tradeshift), Minqi Jiang and Peter Zakin, talk about their app and how the technology powers Tradeshift Go, a new virtual assistant for business travel and company spend. They offer deep perspectives on the potential of the service and the productivity and simplicity gains that it’s poised to unleash. The app is free and available on iOS with an Android version due this Fall. Learn more: https://tradeshift.com/go/
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