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This guide highlights key success factors for tech companies in pursuit of critical capabilities, new policies, and technology they need to better manage their aggregate as well as T&E spend.
 
 
 
This smartbite highlights the key capabilities for managing total organizational spend and the competitive advantage that Leaders have compared to their competition.
 
 
 

This report examines the challenges facing the technology industry, and how Leaders are efficiently managing their aggregate and T&E spend while minimizing distractions and keeping their employees productive.

 
 
 
Exciting opportunities in T&E, Concur named the market share leader by IDC The digital era has changed modern finance, so financial leaders must embrace modern T&E solutions strategically to drive growth and innovation. Finding solutions that meet employees where they are and are also easy to implement are key. In 2016, the T&E market reached...
 
 
 
What could you achieve with a faster expense reporting process? The digital era has changed modern finance. Today’s modern finance leader needs to not only offer T&E tools employees want to use, but also get big-picture data analytics to successfully improve the bottom line. Discover how you can cut staff time nearly in half – an average of 47% less staff time for...
 
 
 
Financial Leaders Must Embrace T&E Solutions Strategically to Drive Growth and Innovation, a new commissioned thought leadership paper conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Concur, explores the disruption occurring in T&E today and how financial leaders are responding. In the digital era, spending choices for employees abound, making it harder to manage...
 
 
 
Driving Business Value Through Travel and Expense Management Maturity, a new white paper by IDC sponsored by Concur, demonstrates that there’s more to gain from a travel and expense solution than speeding up the process. Learn about the value organizations see when they move beyond basic automation: 482 percent average three-year return on...
 
 
 
Some people call it “padding the expense report.” It’s just a few dollars here and there. Who’s it going to hurt? The big corporations won’t really miss it and small businesses won’t even notice, right? In reality, expense fraud costs a median loss of $33,000 in each instance, according to Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE). Despite the nonchalant attitude of many employees,...