Recorded Webinar

Expense Reporting Strategies, Trends and Technologies for 2016

Original air date: April 7th, 2016

Speakers: Robert Neveu, President & Co-founder, Certify


Accounting and finance professionals are increasingly pressured to lower company costs, often with reduced budgets that limit access to the latest technology resources. Now, more businesses are turning to their travel and entertainment (T&E) expense management programs for improved spending control and labor-saving efficiencies. A recent nationwide survey of more than 500 CFOs, controllers, and accountants reveals key strategies, trends, and technologies that U.S. companies are using in 2016 to measurably reduce costs, improve T&E policy compliance, and effectively do more with less.

Topics include an in depth review of:

  • Review of the annual T&E benchmark spending trends by expense category and company size
  • Identification of the often "hidden" costs associated with expense-report processing
  • Current expense-management strategies used by small, midsize and enterprise companies
  • Description of best practices and solutions to improve visibility, control, and accountability
  • Explanation of how automation delivers a full ROI for 92% of all companies in two years or less

Slides from the webinar

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).