[IMGCAP(1)]With its origins in paper trails and manual processes, travel and entertainment expense reporting historically has been more of a black box for accounting professionals than a source of financial insight.

But by changing the expense management process, companies today are able to gain valuable insight into spend management trends and leverage their data in ways they didn’t necessarily anticipate. The benefits of which can reach beyond traditional expense reporting functions and result in an overall better experience, including increased employee satisfaction, greater compliance, and reduced spending.

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