Expense Management: Best Practices and Benchmarking for 2015

Recorded Webinar

Expense Management: Best Practices and Benchmarking for 2015

Original air date: February 25th, 2015

Speakers: Robert Neveu, President of Certify & Jamie Shada, Accounting Operations Analyst, Garmin

Abstract

Travel and Entertainment (T&E) expenses—second only to payroll as the largest business expense—are becoming increasingly more difficult to control as companies expand across borders and grow through acquisitions. Therefore, effective budgeting, planning, and management of T&E expenses is critical for companies of all sizes in 2015 and beyond.

How does your company’s overall T&E spending, as well as spending within key categories, compare with other companies? How are companies leveraging automation to better understand and control how employees are spending the company dime? Join us for an hour-long discussion about the best practices to reduce T&E spending and simplify expense management processes in 2015.

Topics include an in depth review of:

  • Understand current and emerging technologies surrounding T&E management
  • Explain how companies are utilizing expense report software to drive up policy compliance rates and simplify processes for employees and managers
  • Apply the best practices of T&E automation with Certify’s platform

Slides from the webinar

Webinar Recording

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About the Presenters

Bob Neveu Image
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).

Jamie Shada of Garmin
Jamie Shada

Accounting Operations Analyst, Garmin

Jamie Shada, a graduate of the University of Missouri-Kansas City with a Masters in Accounting, was recently promoted to Accounting Operations Analyst with Garmin. Formerly serving as Garmin's General Accounting Manager for five years, she was involved in the implementation of Certify from beginning to end, and is now one of the current administrators of the program.