Mobile purchasing has taken off with great speed and it’s rapidly becoming the preferred method for conducting product research and purchasing decisions. How has this come to be? We’ve taken a closer look at this rising trend and the contributing factors to this development in purchasing behaviour.
Remember the “good ol’ days” of manual processes? The timecard punch clocks. The little piles of T&E receipts that had to be stapled together and photocopied prior to processing. Running around the office reminding employees to submit their timesheets or expense reports. Weren’t those the days?
Your startup company: in the beginning, it was an idea, a dream that inspired you to hire a few vital employees—and then some more. And just like that, it’s a reality. You’re making it happen, making connections, getting to know your customers and prospective customers.
There’s no doubt about it: global business travel presents some unique challenges for expense reporting. In one trip, a road warrior can visit a few different countries—each with their own currency. And while there’s no doubt that this is a glorious opportunity for new business (and a chance for the traveler to have some fun!), it can add up to a lot of headaches for the travel administrator.