With Thanksgiving just around the corner, everyone is likely preparing for a big meal and time off with friends and loved ones. Also around this time each year people begin to make lists: lists of all the things they’re thankful for, lists of things they’d like for the holidays, and lists of things they’re going to do before the end of the year.
Playing on this theme of lists, and with the end of the year fast approaching, we wanted to compile some of our favorite blog posts from 2015 into a list—blog posts specifically about all the reasons why Oversight is the software for you.
Oversight Makes T&E Compliance Easy (Here’s Three Ways We Do It) – There are many things that Oversight does to really streamline and speed up the review of your T&E spend. This blog post details three big ways we make it happen.
The Three Best Reasons to Take a Test Drive of Insight On Demand –Taking a test drive of our software with 90 days of your own expense data is completely FREE. In addition to this fact, Oversight’s Samantha Dolan details common objections to our product, three counters to those objects and three additional reasons to take a test drive of our expense audit solution.
Traveler’s Spending Badly- Whose Fault Is It? - Funerals, cruises, “client entertainment” at “adult” venues, personal shopping, hotel stays at the Ritz-Carlton, doggie limo pick-up and spa services, cosmetic surgeries, habitual purchases at liquor stores, spousal flights, match.com—at Oversight, we’ve seen it all. Who’s really to blame for all this non-compliant spending: the traveler, the approver, or the company culture? This blog post answers the question once and for all!
Customer Feedback: 3 Reasons Why - During the trial process many of our prospects like to ask us this question: “Why did your clients select you?” This is an excellent question, and while there are many different reasons that we’ve heard, this article reveals the three most common our customers decided to go with us.
Does T&E Fraud, Waste, and Misuse Exist in Your Program? – The simple answer is: you won’t know until you find out.