Recorded Webinar

2017 T&E Expense Management Trends: Eliminating Inefficiency, Controlling Costs

Original air date: February 9, 2017

Speakers: Robert Neveu, President & Co-founder of Certify, and Mark Brousseau, President of Brousseau & Associates

Abstract

This webinar offers new insight into the latest trends and approaches to expense management for today's small, mid-sized and enterprise businesses. You'll also learn what leading companies are doing to overcome their T&E expense challenges.

Topics include an in depth review of:

  • Why lost receipts are the top pain point for 52% of companies
  • The internal pressures that typically drive companies to consider automation
  • Inefficiencies contributing to higher expense report processing costs
  • Finance professionals' must-have T&E system features for 2017
  • How 89% of companies reported ROI on T&E automation in less than 2 years

Slides from the webinar

Webinar Recording

About the Presenters

Bob Neveu Image
Robert Neveu

President & Co-founder, Certify

In 2008, Bob and his team launched Certify with a goal to help companies of every size automate the travel and entertainment expense management process. Today, with offices in Portland, Maine, and San Diego, California, Certify has accelerated the growth of the business to become the second largest provider of expense reporting software in North America, with multinational customers in 50 countries including Pitney Bowes, H&R Block, Geico, Subway Sandwiches, and Virgin Galactic. A respected expert in business travel trends and accounts payable technology, Mr. Neveu is frequently interviewed and serves as an industry resource for major news organizations including Bloomberg, NPR, Nightly Business Report, Newsweek, CBS News, and many others.

Mark Brousseau
Mark Brousseau

President, Brousseau & Associates

Over the past 22 years, Mark Brousseau has established himself as a leading analyst and writer on accounts payable, accounts receivable, payments and document automation topics. A frequent speaker at financial operations industry events and on webinars, Brousseau advises prominent end-users and solutions and services providers on how to use automation to improve document-driven business processes. Brousseau also has chaired numerous educational conferences and has served on several industry committees and boards. His areas of specialty include electronic invoicing, document scanning and electronic workflow technology, automated data capture, electronic payments, healthcare payments automation, remittance and lockbox processing, loan processing and more. He resides in York, PA.