Putting Expense Solutions’ Optical Character Recognition Capabilities Under the Microscope

by Jim Whitmore

Putting Expense Solutions’ Optical Character Recognition Capabilities Under the Microscope

Of all the innovations that have made receipt submission a painless part of expense management, the ability to capture receipt images on a mobile phone and upload them directly into the expense solution is one of the greatest. But how do different OCR offerings add up?

Expense Management, Expense Reports

Invoice Solutions that Finance Teams and Approvers Actually Love

by Dan Humbert

Invoice Solutions that Finance Teams and Approvers Actually Love

Today we’re delighted to unveil the newest edition of our invoice management software, Chrome River INVOICE. The latest version of Chrome River INVOICE will make it even easier for approvers and accounts payable teams to track and approve invoices, whether they are at their desk or away from the office.

Accounts Payable, Invoice Management

Chrome River Hits New Global Expense Milestone with Launch of 31st Language

by Tim Wheatcroft

Chrome River Hits New Global Expense Milestone with Launch of 31st Language

Chrome River adds to its global expense management capabilities with yet more languages, so even more of our users in over 115 countries worldwide can now submit their expenses in their native language.

Chrome River, Expense Management

Five Questions that CIOs Need to Ask about Expense Management

by Frank Davis

Five Questions that CIOs Need to Ask about Expense Management

As essential end-user features are in the selection of an expense management solution, any front-end benefits are meaningless if the solution doesn’t easily integrate into your tech stack, introduces security vulnerabilities for your network and your users’ data, or simply isn’t available when you need it to be.

SaaS and Cloud for AP

Why Protecting Employee Data and Offering Superior Software aren’t Mutually Exclusive

by Greg Allworth

Why Protecting Employee Data and Offering Superior Software aren’t Mutually Exclusive

Your organization’s employees are its most valuable asset. It’s therefore incumbent to keep these employees safe, such as a secure work environment and eliminating travel to high-risk areas. Physical security must be backed up, however, with data security, to ensure that both corporate and employees’ personal data is kept safe.

SaaS and Cloud for AP

Three Reasons Why Manual Expense Management Kills Policy Compliance

by Julie Roy

Three Reasons Why Manual Expense Management Kills Policy Compliance

Corporate travel expense policies are created for a reason: to provide clear guidelines for travelers, which saves the organization money by minimizing excessive or wasteful spend. As with all regulations, these policies are only effective if they’re adhered to. To achieve this, organizations need to make it easy for them to be followed and hard for them to be sidestepped.

Expense Management, Expense Policy

Taking Corporate Cards into the Virtual Age

by Ted Stavropoulos

Taking Corporate Cards into the Virtual Age

The end of the traditional corporate card era is looming. The way that organizations source, pay for, and reimburse business travel has changed more in the past five years than the previous several decades combined.

Accounts Payable, Expense Management, For CFOs

Do You Know the True Cost of Sales?

by Julie Roy

Do You Know the True Cost of Sales?

Companies know how much their employees spend on hotels, flights and meals. While this information may help the travel manager, it doesn't help finance or sales leaders to measure how T&E spend impacts revenue generation.

Business Travel, Expense Analytics and Reporting, For CFOs

Why UX is a Critical Factor for a Successful Software Deployment

by Jim Whitmore

Why UX is a Critical Factor for a Successful Software Deployment

Any investment that a company makes in a new product or solution can only deliver its intended benefits if it's used - and embraced - across the organization. While reluctant employees can avoid having to use some software solutions, when it comes to tools such as expense reporting, there isn’t really an option to sidestep it. However, this doesn’t mean that an optimal user experience needs to be an afterthought in the software review process.

Chrome River, Expense Management

Why your Expense Policy Should Follow your Business Travelers (Not Just the Other Way Around)

by Tim Wheatcroft

Why your Expense Policy Should Follow your Business Travelers (Not Just the Other Way Around)

How often does your organization's expense policy get updated, and how does it address innovations in travel and travel technology? In order to keep your employees satisfied, you should ensure that your policy stays abreast of emerging travel trends.

Expense Management, Expense Policy
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