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In my previous blog post for Oversight, I detailed how Excel no longer cuts it for expense reporting. In the world of reporting and analysis, Excel is a very powerful tool, but while it is flexible,...
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At Oversight, we wait on pins and needles every other month for the analysis subject experts to reveal the latest white paper. We’ve already brought to you a white paper on the six tips for reducing...

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Concur Fusion Exchange SeriesChicago 8/21/2014(All day)

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White Paper
Putting corporate buying power into the hands of employees makes each employee an authorized purchasing agent of a company. While corporate cards offer convenience and distributed buying power, they also significantly increase the chances for fraud, waste, and policy abuse. Thus, it is important to establish both strong usage policies and restrictions, and implement a monitoring solution to ensure better chances for corporate card compliance.
Case Study

Our client, a Fortune 500 consumer packaged goods firm, needed a way to proactively monitor their Purchase Card (P-Card) spend. The client’s primary monitoring objectives were to gain visibility into company spending, promote policy  compliance, and influence employee actions going forward. The client implemented its P-Card program with Citibank, and currently uses Concur to reconcile expenses.