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Increase in corporate travel requires better tech, says Concur
"Businesses are turning to technology to help manage travel administration and expense management for corporate travellers."
Retaining millennials a complex task, are cloud apps the answer?
“Often, younger employees leave a role not because they receive a better offer necessarily, but because they are frustrated with daily processes."
Expense management needs to go mobile, says Concur
“Mobile tools empower employees to spend less time dealing with expenses and more time doing their jobs."
The role of the CFO is changing. How can technology help?
"It is important for CFOs to broaden their knowledge-base and frame of reference when it comes to seeking solutions to business problems."
Why more and more software vendors are going SaaS
Today’s businesses are increasingly utilising Software as a Service (SaaS), creating both opportunities and challenges for the channel.
"Automate your invoicing to ease financial burden, says Concur
“It costs money every time an invoice is processed," explains Matthew Goss.
Spend management the key to digital transformation
“Poor spend management platforms and practices can make systems and processes across the entire organisation inefficient."
An event not to be missed: Accelerating your organisation's digital transformation
Accelerate your organisation's spend management capabilities by joining Concur in Auckland and Wellington for a complimentary breakfast briefing.
Cloud-based expense management vital, according to Concur
"Keeping full visibility of travel and expense claims may have more benefits than businesses may expect."
Minimising risk of new technologies crucial, says Concur
“If staff refuse to use the technology and don’t understand its benefits, then the investment is simply wasted."
How much time can automation save your auditing processes?
"Companies might be spending more than they need to," says Matt Goss.
Cloud, analytics and mobility to shake up processes
“A lot of business processes have been streamlined thanks to cloud-based software applications, mobility, digital automation, and data analytics."
Intelligent data can save you money: Find out how
Using data intelligently can transform businesses - for one, corporate spend data can become actionable insights that helps a business save money.
Compliance across the board essential, says Concur
Compliance is essential when managing finances within a business, according to Concur, who says it is impossible to manage money without it.
Automating expense management brings benefits
Australian businesses aren’t managing their expenses effectively, using outdated manual systems and missing out on opportunities.
Employee travel expense data needs to visible
“Companies that fail to leverage the volume and quality of available information are missing out on opportunities to save substantial sums."
Come along to Concur's complimentary breakfast this September
Have you ever felt like you’re dealing with piles of paper invoices and have a lack of visibility into your AP process? You’re not alone.
Transforming employee expenses with mobile applications
“It’s common knowledge that mobile devices are changing the modern workplace,” says Concur.
Accounts payable pain points for Kiwi SMBs
Many Kiwi businesses are unaware they have data siloed across departments and systems, when they think they have automated their AP systems.
Regular audits are a business necessity
Businesses need to complete objective, real-time audits in order to catch expense irregularities before they become more serious issues.
Prepare your small business for the new financial year
The new financial year is an opportunity for small businesses to reassess their business practices and see where they can boost success.
SMBs, make technology work for you
"SMBs in New Zealand should be taking advantage of the software solutions available to them to help their business run more efficiently."
Scammers targeting business travellers
“Travellers should avoid taking security short-cuts, it can open up significant opportunities for lurking cyber criminals.”
Kiwi employers face increased responsibility for travelling employees
Increased travel risks means increased employer responsibility