T&E Management: Comparing Spreadsheets with Expense Report Automation

Recorded Webinar

T&E Management: Comparing spreadsheets with expense report automation

Original air date: October 15th, 2015

Speakers: Ben Parker, Director of Business Development at Certify & Ernie Humphrey, CEO of 360 Thought Leadership Consulting


From receipts to Microsoft Excel spreadsheet templates, travel and entertainment expense reporting is historically rooted in manual, paper-based processes. However, for companies of a certain size or with certain reporting and operational requirements, paper and spreadsheets may not offer everything these organizations need in an expense management solution. Today, T&E automation software can help lower processing costs, improve control over spending, increase travel policy compliance and much more. Join Certify for this insightful live webinar comparing the pros and cons of manual, paper-based reporting processes with a fully automated expense management system.

Topics include an in depth review of:

  • The expense report processing costs for manual, semi-automated and fully automated systems
  • How to improve control over employee business travel decisions and T&E spending overall
  • Strategies to streamline the T&E reporting process and improve productivity

Slides from the webinar

Webinar Recording

About the Presenters

Ben Parker of Certify
Ben Parker

Director of Business Development, Certify

In 2008, the Certify team launched its first product featuring mobile technology and web-based automation. Certify has since accelerated its growth to become the second largest provider of expense reporting software in North America.

Ernie Humphrey - CEO Thought Leadership 360
Ernie Humphrey

CEO, Thought Leadership Consulting

Ernie currently serves as the CEO of 360 Thought Leadership Consulting. 360 Thought Leadership Consulting helps companies define and unlock the strategic value of their thought leadership programs. Formerly, Ernie served as the Vice President, Educational Programs for Proformative, and the as the Director of Treasury Services and as a Director of the Corporate Treasurers Council for the Association for Financial Professionals. Ernie has a BS and MS in Economics both from Purdue University.