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Tips for a successful SAAS implementation in higher education: Part two
In part one of our two-part higher education implementation series, we provided tips and best practices for pre-implementation planning. Because of the unique needs that universities and colleges have when it comes to managing travel and...

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Concur product roadmaps: What to look for in upcoming releases
At Concur, ideas for new features come from a lot of different sources—including our customers. We release updates to our products – Expense, Travel, Invoice, the Concur app – every month. These updates include everything from simple fixes and...

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Concur product news - February 2017
Learn about some of the product updates made to Concur solutions in February 2017, including: This month's product news show also includes: Join us at concur.com/webcast on Wednesday, March 29, 2017, 10 am PT, for the next edition of What's New at...

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Beyond Automation: How T&E Management Drives Business Value
Are you getting all the benefits you could from your travel and expense management (TEM) solution? A lot of companies “set it and forget it.” They assume that automating rote tasks is the primary benefit of travel expense management software—but...

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Concur product news - March 2017
Learn about some of the product updates made to Concur solutions in March 2017, including: This month's product news show also includes: Join us at https://www.concur.com/webcast on Wednesday, April 26, 2017, 10 am PDT, for the next edition of...

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Product communications in a SaaS world: How Concur communicates product updates
According to Gartner, businesses will spend upwards of $264 billion on Software as a Service (SaaS) in 2017. The cloud has made technology more accessible and less expensive for businesses and consumers alike – and that’s changed the way we use...

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