Maybe you’re in the position where you now have quite a few employees working in your business and some of them have to travel. That’s a great sign of your success, but it also means that now may be time to think about upgrading your financial department, especially when it comes to the way you report your expenses. Smaller business need to think about methods that are cost effective for a small number of people, usually people you know or are friends who have helped you to grow a start up business into a thriving successful one.
Now, however, things are different. You have actual employees, you have more of a budget, and these people need to eat, sleep, and still be able to pay for drinks and dinner when they meet important clients or partners as they travel abroad. All of that takes money, and you don’t mean to have them pay out of their own pocket for the sake of your own business, so how do you make sure all expense are accounted for?
The answer is simple. You go to the experts.
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You need an expense report system, that much is obvious. But what’s the best one for your needs, and how can you implement it and start training both your traveling staff and your financial department to start using it and getting comfortable with it?
To do that, you just need to ask the service providers themselves. For example, if you decide to use ExpensePoint as your expense report system, you can come to us with all your concerns, questions, and even confusion about what’s the best way to introduce such a system into your office. We’ve been there, we’ve done it for many people, and we’re more than happy to do it for you.
This simply means you explain to us your needs, we look at how your office works, what kind of travel your staff does, and the types of expense they’ll incur, and we customise an ExpensePoint solution that is designed to work with your office. This should make your life easier, not more complicated, and we ensure that the transition is smooth. This way, when you implement the system, you know that it’s working to address your specific needs, and you won’t have to readjust the way you work or organize your information to accommodate a new system. That shouldn’t be how it works.