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Pemo improves its corporate cards acceptance

By Leandra Monteiro

May 19, 2023

  • Card Payments
  • E-commerce Payments
  • Google AdWords
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PemoPemo, a UAE-based spend management platform empowering businesses across the Middle East, North Africa and Pakistan (MENAP), announced that its Pemo cards will now offer enhanced acceptance options.

Holders of the Pemo cards can now seamlessly make payments to popular services such as Google AdWords, Microsoft Azure, Meta and Linkedin. Additionally, the Pemo pre-funded cards facilitate payments on a wide range of car rental sites, hotel chains and e-commerce sites.

Pemo enables data-driven marketing teams to gain real-time visibility and exercise control over their advertising spend. This, in turn, can empower them to create and deliver exceptional campaigns and achieve superior outcomes.

With Pemo, generating virtual cards for various marketing expense categories like software, ads, or social media, and virtual cards for different marketing campaigns, clients, or partners, where applicable, is a breeze. Teams can set spend limits for each category based on monthly budgets and access their transaction history as frequently as necessary. This feature provides advertisers with an effortless way to cross-reference costs against generated profits, thus enabling them to gain valuable insights into their marketing spend.

The Pemo card, which is available as a physical and virtual payment option, is empowering businesses to deliver superior service and value to their clients.

Commenting on the launch of the updated payments card, Ayham Gorani, Co-Founder and CEO of Pemo said, “For all too long, many businesses – especially those operating in the advertising space – have been restricted on the visibility they have over their ad spend. Now thanks to the enhanced card, businesses will be able to have full transparency at any one time over their level of spending per campaign. This way we aim at empowering marketing teams to save both time and money.”

Pemo cards are available in the UAE, with plans afoot to launch this in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, as well as the rest of the region.

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