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Festive Game Gives the Busiest Expense Week of the Year a Bit of Sparkle
As everyone else starts to look forward to Christmas, finance teams up and down the country are bracing themselves for the third Monday in December. As the 16th will mark the start to the busiest expense week of the year. Figures from SAP Concur...

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Take the pressure out of expenses. The busiest expense week is coming, are...
The holiday season is always a busy one, both at home and in the office. Gifts need buying, plans need making, and relatives need visiting. Plus, your expenses need submitting. In fact, we’re approaching the busiest expense week of the year....

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Advice and Observations of a Generation Z Employee
For post-Millennials, it's difficult to picture a world without the internet, smartphones and Netflix. Technological advancement in our lifetime has been a driving force of social change, productivity and economic growth. The introduction of the...

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Up in the air. Whose duty is Duty of Care?
There are more than one million people in the air right now.  Over 400,000 of them are traveling for business. And odds are, you have no reliable way of knowing how many of them are yours. These figures, reported by Security Magazine in 2017,...

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Finding the Right Solution to Automate Accounts Payable: A Buyer’s Guide
How many suppliers does your accounts payable (AP) department pay? Have you checked recently how many payments your AP department has written in the past year? Have you ever totaled up how much time and effort goes into this lower-value process...

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Tackling Expense Chaos – An Expense Automation Buyer’s Guide
As your business grows, you’ll have more employees spending more on everything from travel, supplies, and marketing services to computers and department-focused cloud software. This means more spending decisions will be in the hands of employees –...

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