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Business Travel: Mixing Business and Leisure

Let’s admit it: we’re all guilty of mixing business and pleasure. Really, who wouldn't like to have some personal time before and after a business trip? That’s why business trips can be scheduled to give you some free time as well.

By |August 5th, 2014|Blog, Expense Reports, Timesheets|
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    Incorporating Seamless Cloud Integration With Dynamics GP

Incorporating Seamless Cloud Integration With Dynamics GP

When you hear “integrated with Dynamics GP”, you expect a smooth and automated experience. But not all integrations are created equally.

By |June 24th, 2014|Blog, Expense Reports|
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    How To Make Your Travel Policy Work

How To Make Your Travel Policy Work

In our previous blog post, we talked about how to create a travel expense policy for your company. Now, you’ve got that bright-and-shiny new policy all ready to go! If you think your job is done, think again.

By |June 17th, 2014|Blog, Expense Reports|
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    Why Create A Travel Expense Policy (And How To Do It)

Why Create A Travel Expense Policy (And How To Do It)

If your employees travel for business - regardless of your business size - you need to implement a travel expense policy. Yes, even if you’re a two-person operation and you both only travel twice a year. Here’s why: Get your business expenses under control, spend less and fight fraud Reinforce your corporate culture and discipline Simplify and speed-up your reimbursement process Get organized! Convinced yet? Here’s what a travel expense policy should cover: 1. Expense categories allowed for reimbursement. The most important groups include accommodation, travel (airlines, ground transportation, employee-owned vehicles) and meals. You might also want to include a

By |June 3rd, 2014|Blog, Expense Reports|
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    Healthcare Expense Reporting for the Sunshine Act

Healthcare Expense Reporting for the Sunshine Act

In March 2014, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) granted access to Open Payments for healthcare manufacturers which began Phase 1 of the expense reporting process. Now, applicable manufacturers are required to register and submit their expense data. Phase 2 is now in effect and enables you to check and correct your report. By now, the majority of companies should have already collected all required information - ideally done automatically and not manually. So here’s the question: What is so special about these health care expenses and why should they be collected and reported differently? As you remember, one

By |March 21st, 2014|Blog, Expense Reports|
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    How You Can Save on Business Expenses with a Mobile App

How You Can Save on Business Expenses with a Mobile App

Do your employees use a mobile app to track and report their business travel expenses? Well, if you want to start saving time and money on all your company's business trips: make sure they do! More and more surveys show that companies with better policy compliance and spending control use mobile apps to manage expense reports. If you're wondering "how does a mobile app affect either of those things?", I suggest you read on. Still with us here? Great. First off, let’s all admit to ourselves that people have about as much fun filing their business expenses as visiting the

By |February 26th, 2014|Blog, Expense Reports|
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    Tricks of the Trade Show

Tricks of the Trade Show

        It’s 7am and you find yourself sipping a coffee while wandering the inside of an almost-empty convention center. You’re sizing up the booth branded with your company logo and information; comparing it to your competitor’s booth two rows over. You’re confident that the advancements to your product this year have put you a cut above the rest. Your team has worked tirelessly on presenting everything in a simple, informative, and eye-catching manner. You’re wondering if you’ll get more foot traffic than last year. You’ve got an hour before doors open to tweak the arrangement of your

By |February 24th, 2014|Blog, Expense Reports|
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    Integration is Integral

Integration is Integral

For obvious reasons, companies of all sizes need to keep their finances in order with a clear and controlled system. Tax time, audits, financial reports, cross-checking spending - without proper data organization - this becomes an utter nightmare. That’s why products like QuickBooks, Intacct, NetSuite, Xero, MS Dynamics, and many more ERPs and accounting programs exist - each filling their customers’ needs with different capabilities, characteristics, quirks, and charms. The only major drawback to these programs is that they’re designed to be primarily used by accountants and financial teams. So how do your employees go about submitting timesheets, purchase orders,

By |February 12th, 2014|Blog, Expense Reports|
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    Best Practices: Expenses for Small Businesses

Best Practices: Expenses for Small Businesses

Starting a business is no easy task. When you’ve got a product or service that you are passionate about, your focus is directed on how to offer and promote it to the public. You’re likely dealing with rent, utilities, personnel, management, infrastructure, equipment, supplies, furniture, product, branding, advertising, etc, etc… When so many important things require your immediate attention to even get your start-up off the ground, some of the less obvious challenges in running a business tend to be initially overlooked. One such challenge is how to properly handle business expenses. Let’s be honest - did that thought even

By |January 28th, 2014|Blog, Expense Reports|
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    Cost of Business Travel and How You Can Save

Cost of Business Travel and How You Can Save

Year after year, as the average cost of a business trip is increasing, companies are spending big money on business-related travel. From meeting with current and prospective clients to attending industry expositions, there is never a shortage of reasons for employees to pack a suitcase and hit the road. But all the costs associated with these trips end up inevitably being paid out of the company coffers. So just how much does it cost? Well let’s take a look. The average daily aggregate of land transportation, meals, and accommodations (known as the Corporate Travel Index) rose by 1.6% up to

By |January 21st, 2014|Blog, Expense Reports|
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