Concur recognised for effectively streamlining business travel and expense claims for global client base with mobile solution
LONDON, England, January 21, 2010 -- Concur (Nasdaq: CNQR), the world's leading provider of on-demand Employee Spend Management services, today announced that Concur was selected as the winner of the prestigious ‘Best Expense Management Service Provider’ award at the Business Travel Awards 2010. Recognising the unique benefits of Concur® Travel & Expense featuring Concur® Mobile, this award is one of the most valued and respected accolades within the business travel industry, reflecting the sentiments of some of the industry’s most important and influential people.
"Concur is experiencing tremendous growth within the U.K. and throughout Europe, growth that is being driven specifically by our clients’ needs for continuous innovation,” said Barry Padgett, General Manager and Head of European Operations, Concur. “This award is a great honour and further validation of our industry-leading vision of delivering a seamless and mobile travel and expense management process to companies of all sizes. Especially during these challenging economic times, companies are taking a hard look at both their corporate travel spend and the processes used to manage them, and many are turning to Concur’s on-demand services to help them take control of their spend and drive down costs.”
Mike Toynbee, Managing Editor of Buying Business Travel, comments: “These prestigious awards represent the opinions of the business travel industry’s leading experts and customers. This was a fiercely contested category, and the shortlist was full of high calibre entrants. Our congratulations to Concur, and to all of this year’s winners, who exemplify the industry’s commitment in technology to drive cost-saving efficiencies.”
Held at London’s Grosvenor House on January 18, nearly 1,100 people attended the event. A total of 22 awards were handed out to companies representing the business travel sector. The judging panel included leading travel buyers and business travel journalists.