IDC Rates Chrome River as an Expense Management Leader

by Tim Wheatcroft

IDC Rates Chrome River as an Expense Management Leader

We’re delighted to have been listed by respected technology analyst firm IDC as a “Leader” in its Travel and Expense MarketScape, validating our position in the global expense management industry.

Chrome River, Expense Management, SaaS and Cloud for AP

Don’t Fox your Fleet: Why Expense Reimbursement for Trucking Companies Shouldn’t be Complex

by Greg Allworth

Don’t Fox your Fleet: Why Expense Reimbursement for Trucking Companies Shouldn’t be Complex

One of the largest groups that travels on business is the trucking and transportation industry. With all of the stressors placed on long-haul drivers, what can fleet operators do to make the expense submission and reimbursement process as smooth as possible?

Business Travel, Expense Management

The Fourth Era of Expense Management: Spend Optimisation

by Alan Rich

The Fourth Era of Expense Management: Spend Optimisation

We're seeing a paradigm shift in the world of expense management, from a focus on control and compliance to spend optimisation. CEO Alan Rich discusses where T&E spend analysis is heading.

Business Travel, Expense Management, For CFOs

GDPR – Another Gosh-Darn Privacy Regulation

by Ken Leeser

GDPR – Another Gosh-Darn Privacy Regulation

GDPR is on its way. But what does it mean and how does it impact the relationship that companies like Chrome River have with their European customers?

Where is Expense Management Going in 2018 (and Beyond)? Part One

by Alan Rich

Where is Expense Management Going in 2018 (and Beyond)? Part One

Chrome River's CEO, Alan Rich, starts the year by looking at some of the macro trends which will impact the world of expense management not just in 2018, but for years to come.

Expense Management, Expense Policy

How Analysing Your Holiday Customer Gift Spend Can Drive Next Year’s Revenues

by Alan Rich

How Analysing Your Holiday Customer Gift Spend Can Drive Next Year’s Revenues

Expenses such as holiday gifts for customers can help provide valuable data for measuring sales, but only if companies have the tools to analyse it. How can organisations make better use of this - and other sales team travel and expense data - to better plan for the future?

Business Travel, Expense Management, For CFOs

False Assumptions That Could Impact Your Expense Management Selection Process

by James Sekab

False Assumptions That Could Impact Your Expense Management Selection Process

How can organizations avoid being bamboozled by false information in the marketplace? It's critical to ensure that you get input from all sides and don't make inaccurate assumptions.

Expense Management

Future Proofing your Expense Management System Investment

by Nancy Dushkin

Future Proofing your Expense Management System Investment

How can organisations ensure that their software investments bear fruit for years into the future? They need to be sure that as they evolve and grow with the market and the economy, the software solutions that are used to support them can accommodate these changes.

Expense Management, For CFOs

How an Unfriendly Expense Submission Process can Negatively Impact Your Quarter-close

by Nathan Schlatter

How an Unfriendly Expense Submission Process can Negatively Impact Your Quarter-close

A company that provides its employees with manual or cumbersome expense reporting solutions may be hurting itself in many ways. One which is often overlooked is that employees who procrastinate over submitting their expenses could jeopardize the accuracy of the quarter-close, which could have serious ramifications.

Accounts Payable, For CFOs

How to Ensure Travel and Expense Policies and Processes Support Your Sales Organization

by Julie Roy

How to Ensure Travel and Expense Policies and Processes Support Your Sales Organization

The sales team is typically the division within an organization that has the greatest travel and entertainment expense budgets. They travel the most and spend the most on entertainment for prospects, suppliers or current customers. However, and perhaps most importantly, the sales team also is the greatest contributor to top-line revenue. How can companies ensure that best performers remain engaged and drive revenue, while effectively controlling costs?

Expense Management, Expense Policy, Expense Reports
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