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Category: Expense Management



The Great Paper Debate

Consuming information in a digital format is part of daily life. However, the debate around paper vs. digital receipts when it comes to filing business expenses rolls on. Why is that? The truth is, there are still countries that aren’t sold on digital receipts as justification of business spend, so employees are still required to…

Executive Checklist to Digitally Transform Travel & Expense

Digital transformation is a powerful concept that, shaped by technology advancements, can drive real business evolution and value across the business. True transformation is not achieved by simply automating existing processes.  You need to purposefully use the technologies available in a way that changes how things are done in order to achieve more valuable results….

[INFOGRAPHIC] The State of Corporate Travel and Expense Management

With travel and expense being one of the largest areas of corporate spend for today’s companies – representing approximately 10% of a business’ annual budget – automated tools and approaches to reduce that spend have the potential for huge ROI. But a KDS survey of more than 1,200 respondents from the US and UK reveals that many companies…

[Webinar] Survey Says: It’s Time to Upgrade Travel and Expense Management

Webinar  Managing travel and expenses isn’t easy – or inexpensive. It’s one of the largest areas of corporate spend today, representing approximately 10% of a business’ annual budget. Then there are the hidden costs – research from GBTA indicates that, on average, companies spend half a million dollars and nearly 3,000 hours correcting errors in…

Time and Motion Study: Expense Management (not independently ratified, but interesting nonetheless)

Expense reporting is a necessary evil for most companies. And with the typical company spending 10% (or more) of its total annual budget on expenses related to business travel, we started wondering how much time it takes to submit an expense report – time your employees are not spending on value-add activities that actually help…

Our Survey Says… The state of corporate travel and expense management 2016

Travel and expense is the third largest area of corporate spend for today’s companies – some may even argue the second. Representing approximately 10% of a business’ annual budget, that’s a lot of cash being shelled out. But – with the right tools and approach – it also means that this can be an area…

Key Questions to Consider When Unifying Your Travel and Expense Process

Recently, in partnership with CFO.com, we hosted a webinar to explore key considerations for organisations who are reviewing their travel and expense management . During the live event we polled attendees on the state of their organization’s current T&E process and found that only 12% of respondents were completely satisfied with the efficiency of their…

The Top Five Things Finance Leaders Need to Know About Best-of-Class Travel and Expense

Join us on February 25th  to find out the most important things to consider when making decisions about business travel booking and expense automation. With U.S. corporate travel spending predicted to hit $299.9 billion this year, travel and expense management is an area that provides real potential for making gains in productivity, cost savings and…

Live Demo: Expense Management – Redefined

WEBINARS Almost every business trip ends in a claim for reimbursement. It’s a necessary evil. Your employees are spending valuable time “doing their expenses” and whilst the technology has advanced the user experience has remained the same: slow, inaccurate and prone to error. There is another way. KDS has redefined expense management technology with a…

Best practices in RFP Development

The Essential Components of a Successful RFP for Online Booking Tools and Expense Management Systems Online booking tools (OBTs) and expense management solutions are essential platforms for effective corporate travel management. For many years, the basics of online booking and expense management did not dramatically change. The direction of these tools was permanently altered with…