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urce Centre AMI-Partners Report: Elevate Business... PREMIUM
How much could an automated expense, travel and invoice process save you in both time and money? That’s what we wanted to find out when we commissioned a study with global analyst company, AMI-Partners. Specifically, what are the benefits for small and medium-sized companies with under 1,000 employees? Our research revealed that those with an automated T&E process are saving an average...
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Forrester: Getting Better Mileage Out Of Your Travel,... PREMIUM
Expense, Travel and Invoice management is something that every company must manage. Whether it’s employees’ travel, expenses or invoices, it’s important that companies can manage and process expenses in a timely manner. However, this can be difficult as manual processes and limited tools often bog down the process and inhibit efficiency. The root causes for poor expense, travel,...
IDC: Driving Business Value Through Travel and Expense... PREMIUM
Driving Business Value Through Travel and Expense Management Maturity, a new white paper by IDC sponsored by Concur, demonstrates that there’s more to gain from a travel and expense solution than speeding up the process. Learn about the value organizations see when they move beyond basic automation: 482 percent average three-year return on investment 49...
Corporate Travel 2030: Preparing for The Future in a... PREMIUM
In this new world, business travel will seamlessly align with the employer’s sustainability agenda, and travel costs will be optimised through the use of AI tools. Protecting all of these things will be incorruptible systems of payment and data management – most probably encapsulated using blockchain technology. Corporate travel is undergoing a radical transformation and SAP Concur is at the...
The Hidden Costs of T&E: how to manage the expenses you see PREMIUM
If your travel and expense system can’t capture spending wherever or whenever it happens, you’re not managing all your spending. Automation is only part of the solution, as there are many hidden costs in traditional T&E solutions. This guide provides insight into these travel and expense ‘blind spots,’ to help you manage employee spending in the following...
Oxford Economics Research: Effective Spending Management... PREMIUM
What makes a finance leader? What does a leader do differently to improve company performance? The results from a survey of 1,500 finance executives worldwide are in. Find out how the world's most successful CFOs make use of technology to
How Technology Impacts Traveller Behaviour and Safety PREMIUM
Corporate travel is an ever-changing environment, with travel managers’ responsibilities now lying beyond travel management to include risk management and traveller satisfaction. In the modern world, travel managers need to understand how to balance the needs of the business against the expectations of employees. Technology is critical in managing this landscape, as in recent...
Lost in Translation: Changing Landscape, Familiar Challenges PREMIUM
In a changing landscape, managed corporate travel programs continue to deliver significant value, even as the Travel Manager’s role continually evolves. Today, many programs have an impact beyond travel, helping companies manage risk, improve employee satisfaction and retention, ensure employee safety, and deliver on critical business objectives.  Even as travel management broadens,...
Data, Visibility and Risk: How safe are your business... PREMIUM
When travelers book outside the system, their organization may not be able to capture their itineraries, their whereabouts or what they’re spending. But here’s where the real issue lies: If you don’t know where your travelers are, you don’t have a way to keep them safe. The latest GBTA Europe survey highlights how your business travelers are booking, what they perceive...

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