A CFO's Guide to Expense Management Software: Best practices to drive down costs and increase visibility into T&E Spend in 2014

Recorded Webinar

CFOs Guide to Expense Management Software: Best practices to drive down costs and increase visibility into T&E Spend in 2014

Original air date: January 28th, 2014

Speaker: Robert Neveu, President of Certify


The typical company will spend 10% (or more) of its total annual budget on expenses related to business travel in 2013, according to the latest Aberdeen Report. With a significant percent of a company’s budget being spent on Travel and Entertainment (T&E) expenses, it is surprising to see 53% of companies are still manually managing (pen & paper, Excel, spreadsheets) these costs. Over the next 18 months, 81% of all organizations have indicated they will be moving onto a cloud-based expense system. View the slides below to see the 6 Top Best Practices for Expense Management in 2014, including integrated travel booking solutions, mobile expense management, and cloud-based expense systems.

Key Takeaways

  • 53% of companies are using manual processes to manage their T&E spend and budgets
  • 73% of organizations across the globe plan to switch to cloud/web expense systems within the next 18 months
  • Cut travel booking fees up to 79% with integrated travel booking solutions
  • Mobile expense applications have reduced their expense processing costs by 65%

Slides from the webinar

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Webinar Recording

About the Presenter

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Robert Neveu

President & Co-founder, Certify

In 2008, Bob launched Certify as his second software startup in Portland. Certify’s venture-backed team have accelerated the growth of the business to where they are considered the second largest provider in North America of expense reporting software with multinational customers including Pitney Bowes, Bristol Myers-Squibb, Subway Sandwiches, and Virgin Galactic. Certify has gained the attention of many major news publications for its innovative technology, including its recent release of auto-generated expense reporting with Certify ReportExecutive, featured in the Wall Street Journal (September, 2013), New York Times (October, 2013), and CNNMoney (December, 2013).