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Jul 27, 2015

USA Today: Concur builds its own dream team with Lyft and HotelTonight partnerships

In the article, USA Today mentions the findings and statistics from the press release as well as calling the partnerships an "all-star integration". The story calls Concur, “one of the best apps for managing expenses on the road.”

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Jun 15, 2015

GeekWire: Tech Q&A with top golfer Jason Day: Favorite app, Call of Duty fandom, and his Concur sponsorship

Jason Day explains the reasoning behind partnering with Concur and talks about his day at the Concur Headquarters in Bellevue stuffing backpacks with food to help benefit the Boys and Girls Club of King County. Day mentions “My career is at a turning point and I’m looking to expand and really grow as a player and person,” he said. “I just felt like Concur as a company kind of fit that mold.”

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Jun 05, 2015

GeekWire: Concur CEO Steve Singh: How a strong culture got us through the dark times

John Cook covered Steve Singh’s talk at today’s Technology Alliance luncheon. Steve spoke about the importance of culture in getting Concur to where it is today.

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May 13, 2015

The Business Times: Concur Moves Asia-Pac HQ to Singapore

Nisha wrote a feature piece on Concur’s growing presence in the APAC region and includes quotes from Nisha’s interviews with Elena Donio and Nick Evered, SVP and GM of Concur Asia-Pacific. The story covers Concur’s business opportunity in Asia and the value Concur offers to clients including increased visibility to spend and overall convenience. Nisha notes “Concur has seen clients travel expenses come down by between 10 percent and 20 percent as a result of greater visibility of spend and the ability to negotiate rates with travel suppliers.”

Mar 13, 2015

Accounting Today: Survey finds majority of SMBs using outdated expense management tools

Sean McCabe of Accounting Today has covered the SMB survey today in a piece titled, “Survey finds majority of SMBs using outdated expense management tools.” Sean included the survey findings on expense management and corporate travel and Jerame’s quote from the press release. He also included a link back to the Concur blog for more information about Concur.

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Feb 19, 2015

Accounting Today: Infographic: Concur and Starbucks partnership allows effortless expensing and rewards for travelers

Sean’s story is a slightly edited version of the Concur press release on the Starbucks partnership. It features the quote from Barry, all the key data highlights and includes the full infographic.

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Feb 19, 2015

Puget Sound Business Journal: Love coffee meetings but hate filing expenses? You're in luck: Concur partners with Starbucks

Jacob briefly describes how users can take advantage of the app integration and compares it to previously announced deals with Uber and Airbnb. He goes on to note this partnership is part of Concur’s larger mission to “eliminate the annoying buggers (expense reports) altogether.”

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Jan 20, 2015

The Beat: INTERVIEW: Concur CEO Steve Singh

Steve Singh recently spoke with The Beat's JoAnn DeLuna to discuss the impact the SAP acquisition will have on Concur's organizational structure, international growth, headcount and customers. 

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Dec 11, 2014 Concur has big data: Here’s what the Bellevue expense report software company wants you to know

Jacob gives a comprehensive overview of the Busiest Expense Day analysis and references the dining data as well. He notes both of these reports illustrate how companies like Concur are becoming more like traditional big data companies as more of their data is processed and saved online.

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Dec 11, 2014

Inc: Guess which day of the year Is the busiest for expense claims?

Rebecca gave a high-level overview of the analysis, including that December 15 will be the busiest expense day, that lodging, airfare, and meals make up 93 percent of all expenses, and touches on the increase in digital/mobile expensing

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