When selecting travel booking and expense solutions, organisations have two choices: a single vendor for both elements, or individual vendors for each. All parties will say that their solution works best, but which will work most effectively for you? Here are five questions you should ask yourself.Expense Management, For Travel Managers
Creating an effective expense policy is a balancing act. You need to walk the fine line between eliminating unnecessary costs and establishing a policy that is reasonable and workable for employees and managers alike. Create a policy that’s too lax and you’ll watch travel costs skyrocket. Create one that’s too stringent and you’ll end up with impractical restrictions, unhappy business travelers, and an increased risk of expense fraud.Expense Policy, For Travel Managers
Businesses lose an estimated $2.8 billion per to expense fraud in the U.S. alone. How does this happen, and what can be done to prevent it?Expense Fraud, Expense Policy
As with all good business tools, an expense management system should make everyone’s job a lot easier. However, you need to ensure that you select a solution that works for your organization's requirements.Expense Management, For Travel Managers
With expenses that can range from a handful of photocopies to overseas travel, grant and research project budgets can be tough to track. Paper-based expense management systems are a headache for both your researchers and administrators. And one-size-fits-all expense software doesn’t have the specific capabilities your university needs to accurately manage the myriad of grant and research nuances.Expense Management
Working for a fast-paced organization such as Chrome River, it can sometimes be that case that we’re all so focused on our own roles in ensuring the success of our customers and the company, that we forget to look back and see how far we’ve come.Chrome River
This is a pretty big sports week here at Chrome River. First, our beloved team, the Cubbies, won the World Series (they’re a customer of ours, hence the love). On Saturday, it’s the Breeders' Cup, and the favorite is, of course, California Chrome.
Volunteers can offer an incredibly valuable resource for non-profit and non-governmental organizations, and other non-employees, such as scholarship and grant recipients, are a key part of many of these organizations. However, properly tracking and recording any out-of-pocket expenses they incur can be a major headache. Organizations typically have two options for handling expenses accrued by volunteers and non-employees. One involves a time-consuming, tedious process, while the other offers a quick and easy resolution.Expense Management
Although being the closer must be one of the most stressful roles on a baseball team, being the travel manager is certainly up there as well. Coordinating 80+ days of travel across the country over 6+ months, for dozens of playing and coaching staff, has the potential to deliver huge headaches. And that's even before the playoffs start. How does it all work?Expense Management, For Travel Managers
Creating and submitting your expenses while on a business trip need not be a drain on productivity. What are the biggest challenges your users face with their expenses on the road, and how can these be resolved?Business Travel, Expense Management
- Best-of-Breed or One-Stop-Shop? Five Questions to Consider for Expense Automation
- Creating an Expense Policy that Helps, not Hinders Your Employees
- How to Prevent Business Expense Fraud
- 5 Things Travel Managers Need from Expense Management Systems
- Easy Expense Management for University Grants and Research
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