Managing expense reports can be a time and resource-consuming process. Organizations using a manual, paper-based system can spend in excess of $28 per expense report – many of which could easily be out of policy. Concur’s expense management solution decreases these costs while reducing fraud and increasing control, compliance and visibility into travel and entertainment (T&E) spend.
We used to have a lot of manual and Excel built different systems. By implementing Concur, we were able to standardize our whole process worldwide and also have a mobile application. The potential is there for us to have much more visibility on how and where we spend our money.
-Eric Marceau, Cirque du Soleil
Travel, expense and invoice management are all part of the SAP Concur platform. Alone, these solutions can help you increase visibility, improve compliance and cut costs. But when you bring everything together, the benefits are even greater – for you, your business and your employees.
In a global economy with an increasingly young and mobile workforce, there is no room for outdated, inefficient manual processes to manage travel and entertainment expenses.
That is why SAP with over 88,000 employees located in more than 65 countries over 740 million Euros in annual T&E started to deploy Concur Travel & Expense shortly after the acquisition.
Watch our webinar where Ralph and Holger, two SAP Procurement leaders on how they moved SAP's T&E processes to the cloud, how they rolled it out across so many countries, their lessons learned and much more.
Hear from our customers on how choosing Concur has helped them to gain efficiency and productivity.
According to Aberdeen’s infographic, leaders are 84% more likely to track and monitor compliance against corporate travel policies.
Use these insights to optimize the spend control that you need.
Booking Behaviour: The Business Traveller's Perspective. This Travel Report was created in partnership with GBTA which includes research on business travel in the UK, Germany and France with trends and data points around ore-booking, booking policy and booking behaviour.