Enhance Your Travel and Expense Program: Integrating Your Ecosystem
Employee travel is intended to bring value to the business and add profits to the bottom line. In growing your business, integration of systems and applications becomes a primary requirement for success. In a recent survey, Aberdeen discovered how leading organizations manage their travel and expense (T&E) integration and the benefits they are seeing from a network of global partners.
Join Louis Berard, Senior Research Analyst of Global Supply Management at Aberdeen Group, Patrick Taylor, CEO at Oversight Systems, and Tom Shea, Director of Product Marketing at Concur, to discuss these findings and to learn how to apply them to your organization’s approach to T&E management to create increased visibility and economies of scale.
Attend the webinar to learn:
- What leading organizations are doing to manage their travel integration
- How to mitigate risk and achieve greater savings through T&E management
- Why your organization needs to think globally from providers to partners when it comes to T&E
- Ways to analyze travel behavior and find the root causes of unnecessary spending
Senior Research Analyst, Global Supply Management, Aberdeen Group
Louis's research identifies best practices that enable enterprises to design, plan, and implement supply chain networks and systems that create organizational value and deliver a competitive advantage. He has previous experience with implementing ERP systems, strategic planning for defense solutions, and is a retired Marine Corps Engineer.
|Patrick J.D. Taylor|
CEO, Oversight Systems
Patrick Taylor is a leader in the convergence of business analytics, information security and the implementation of technology to boost corporate performance. As a thought leader in business analytics, Patrick has spoken at a wide variety of conferences and organizations and has held leading positions at Internet Security Systems (ISS) and Symantec, as well as ORACLE, Red Brick Systems, GO, Air2Web and Fast-Talk.
Director of Product Marketing, Americas, Concur
Tom has been with Concur for over 6 years working with clients, prospects and internal teams to help drive product roadmaps and messaging for the features and functionality of the products and services. Tom has three kids who keep him busy in the northwest suburbs of Detroit Michigan.