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UK payments culture: enough is enough
The dramatic fall of Carillion exposes the fundamental flaws in the UK economy – that of supplier payments. Last Monday when the news broke, stories of its cleaning company contractors having their corporate cards bounce at petrol stations...

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Product News
Travel, expense and invoice - three processes, one solution
On any given day, you can guarantee that one of your employees is booking a business trip, submitting an expense claim or raising a purchase order. That’s a lot of spending out of your hands – how do you keep track? Do you manage travel on one...

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Thought Leadership
The On Demand Generation
Whether its ordering a madras from the couch or getting a lift whenever you want it to ordering groceries for tomorrow, the on demand generation has certain expectations around convenience. Technology companies like UBER, Airbnb and Just Eat...

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A look back on 2017 – Concur UK highlights and the year that was
As the end of another year approaches, we’ve been taking stock and reflecting on everything that’s happened at Concur in the last 12 months. Here’s a round-up of the biggest stories of our year – read on to recap some of the top highlights of the...

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Press ReleaseNovember 8, 2017
Thought Leadership
UK’s Late Payments Culture Impacting 4 in 10 Businesses
New report identifies liabilities associated with late payments culture spanning jobs, innovation and investment for medium-sized businesses Maidenhead, November 8 2017 – Concur, the world leader in employee spend management, has today released a...

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Thought Leadership
9 reasons you need to connect travel, expense and invoice spend
According to new research, most finance leaders don’t have complete visibility over travel, expense and invoice spend. Here’s 9 reasons why your business should get connected… 1. Connected spend puts you ahead of the game. Cash flow management is...

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