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Modern Finance: The importance of setting up your employees for success

As part of our Modern Finance series, we asked Sandy Hicks, Associate VP and Chief Procurement Officer at the University of Colorado (CU), to talk about winning strategies in procurement. CU’s 60,000+ students study at campuses in Boulder,...

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innovation
Concur for Outlook: expense from your inbox

Microsoft Office 365 is one of the most popular and fastest-growing productivity apps. While Concur provides travel and expense management solutions to 34,000 customers across the globe. Now we’re bringing Concur right to your Outlook Inbox so you...

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small business
Modern Finance: Making employees happy by keeping current with technology

As part of our Modern Finance series, we asked ALPS Chief Financial Officer Sara Smith to talk about her approach to expense management. Sara enjoys challenges both in and out of the office.  ALPS, a small business of 66 employees based in...

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Travel & Expense Trends
Business expense fun facts!

We know that business travel may not be the most exciting topic in the world. Filing expense reports is probably not your favorite pastime, either. However, here at Concur, there are more than 8,000 people who are dedicated to knowing all about...

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Travel & Expense Trends
Expense management technology: what have you done for me lately?

In today’s competitive environment, it’s more important than ever for small and mid-size companies to make sure they have the right technology in place to grow quickly and efficiently. With so many competing priorities, it’s difficult to know...

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Small Business
Can you justify the cost of an automated expense solution?

In part two of our series on the benefits – and initial pain points – of moving off Excel and into an automated solution, we're focusing on how to justify the upfront and ongoing costs so you can frame a business case for making the switch. Missed...

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