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Reporting healthcare professional expenses with ease and accuracy

Concur clients in the life science industry are now quite familiar with the new reporting requirements of the Sunshine Act (also known as the Physician Payment Sunshine Provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act). Drug and medical device manufacturers are required to report payments and transfers of value made to “Covered Recipients.” The term Covered Recipients refers to U.S. physicians and teaching hospitals. Common…   Continue Reading »

General Mills keeps expenses under control with business intelligence: Concur Innovation Award Winner 2015

General Mills earned a Concur Innovation Award at Fusion this year for innovative use of Concur solutions to drive business intelligence and manage expense processes. They have implemented Concur Travel, Expense and Intelligence.   You likely recognize General Mills from the aisles of your local grocery store. General Mills is an American manufacturer and marketer of branded consumer foods sold through retail stores. They earn…   Continue Reading »

Essential Intelligence reports you should be leveraging

Earlier this month, we had the great pleasure of welcoming you to our 12th annual Concur Fusion event in San Francisco. We previewed a special track of sessions in a previous blog post designed to help you better leverage Concur analytics and reporting. Intelligence from Concur measures and analyzes your T&E and AP automation programs and helps you gain valuable insight into how to proactively…   Continue Reading »

Pressed for time? Outsource your household chores

There is one commodity we never seem to have enough of, regardless of age, profession, or location – time. It’s precious and fleeting. I don’t know about you, but the older I get, the more quickly time seems to pass. However, there is good news! It is now easier than ever to outsource everyday tasks to help you save some of your valuable time. Food…   Continue Reading »

Drowning in receipts? 3 quick steps to tame the paper monster

It’s hard to believe, but the first quarter of 2015 is nearly over. For people wanting to stay on top of their finances, this means it’s time to get organized. From stray receipts to detailed expense reports, it can be tricky to place everything exactly where it needs to be. And the transition from paper documents to electronic records adds an extra layer of confusion…   Continue Reading »

Starting a small business? You don’t need millions.

Starting a business is a dream shared by many. From taking a fledgling idea and turning it into an actual product, to the independence that comes from being your own boss, the advantages to owning your own company can seem endless. But good ideas don’t pay the bills – which is why money is often one of the biggest obstacles for future small business owners….   Continue Reading »

Are you getting the big picture? Discover the true cost of manual expense reporting.

“I love expense reports,” said no one. Ever! If you are looking for the next big opportunity to make your mark, here is a slam dunk:  fix your company’s expense reporting. If your company is like most, it sorts through an average of 100 expense reports per month. Whether these come through as spreadsheets emailed to your finance inbox or as a hard copy, your…   Continue Reading »

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