The way businesses manage their travel and expenses (T&E) is changing. Emerging technologies, an increasingly empowered workforce and new models of business travel have transformed the playing field for the finance team. So how can finance do what's right for both employees and the business and step up to offer broader insights into company spend and forecasts that guide strategic business decisions?
A major aspect of a company's Duty of Care is Travel Risk Management (TRM) – ensuring the safety of your employees when they are travelling for business. This GBTA whitepaper documents recent research into the topic
Today's organisations have a lot to think about when it comes to travel and expense management. Greater business intelligence, visibility, risk mitigation and the ability to adapt amid today's mobile workforce are just a few examples. Organisations must reevaluate existing strategies for travel and expense management, how to overcome key challenges and structure a robust program that balances core competencies and modern technology enablers. Read this report to find out the impact of these trends in achieving ROI and business process improvements for 2014 and beyond.
This report details how leading organisations manage traveller risk management for their employees and maintain Duty of Care policies. It demonstrates that mobile access, visibility, and policy are tied together to manage the key aspects of risk.
Introducing the most powerful way to track, locate and communicate with your employees - everywhere on earth. No matter if your people are on the road or in the office, you'll have all their location and itinerary data all in one place. Risk Management from Concur helps you maintain Duty of Care by combining real-time risk assessments with employee location and itinerary information - plus essential two-way communication capabilities.
The biggest benefit in terms of integrating Concur with the CliqBook would be in terms of productivity. That the employees would be able to indeed have those travel-related needs integrated into Concur, and it would give them big benefits that they don’t need to input their transactions on the itinerary back into Concur again. The biggest benefit which comes out of this global deployment is in terms of the management information reporting. That now we can have those reportings available for the real management, and we can do better analysis of the expenses which are incurred.
Find out how T&E automation can reduce bottom line costs - it's easier, quicker and more cost effective than you think.
A new report from PayStream Advisors reveals a big surprise: despite the steadily increasing use of electronic formats for invoice management, many companies have not truly automated their AP
process from receipt to payment. See the infographic