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Brazilian companies Wappa and Expense Mobi team up to create a corporate super app

Named Stuo, the app promises to fully meet the needs of companies in the areas of mobility, expense reimbursement, and travel management – and it was born with 12,000 potential customers.

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  • The two companies completed an operational integration in early February. Separated, they already have clients such as McDonald’s, Totvs, Santander, Fleury, among other companies;
  • But to really be a super app, Stuo will have to add new functions over time;
  • To LABS, the executives said that it is already on the roadmap to offer more mobility and delivery options, hotels, with in-app reservations and management, in addition to the area of ​​benefits for employees through a flexible card.

Mobility app Wappa and fintech Expense Mobi, both from Brazil, announced this Tuesday (22) a merger to create a super management app. Named Stuo, the app promises to deliver mobility and travel expenses management, reimbursement features, as well as benefits, all in one place.

The two companies completed an operational integration in early February. Separated, they already have clients such as McDonald’s, Totvs, Santander, Fleury, among other companies. In addition to the integrated platform, another new feature of Stuo is that employees who are logged in to the service will have a virtual and physical card available to pay for various expenses, such as accommodation, travel, food, and business trips. At the same time, everything can be recorded and monitored in real-time. In addition, the app provides reports, graphs, dashboards, with the option to filter results by period, employee, or expense.

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With Stuo, say Wappa and Expense Mobi, companies can save between 40% and 60% on these tasks. “The existing solutions on the market solve only a part, and with our solution, we solve all of them – we are creating a new market,” said Armindo Júnior, CEO of Wappa and now of Stuo, in a press release. Murilo Thiele, CEO of Expense Mobi, also becomes CSO of Stuo, and César Matias, CTO of Wappa, also assumes the position of CIO of Stuo.

The companies have around 70 employees and 12,000 client companies, with 1 million users. “Wappa was a pioneer and leader in corporate mobility with more than 20 years in the market and present in all Brazilian states. Expense Mobi is a fintech-focused on enterprises, growing exponentially in recent years. We understand that the services have a lot of synergies and a great complementarity of offer”, said Thiele.

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But to really be a super app, Stuo will have to add new functions over time. To LABS, the executives said that it is already on the roadmap to offer more mobility and delivery options, hotels, with in-app reservations and management, in addition to the area of ​​benefits for employees through a flexible card.

Matias also explains that it is a customizable solution according to the company’s guidelines, limiting the time the card can be used, consumption of alcoholic beverages, time of check-in, and check-out of the hotel, among other adaptations.

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