Expense Reporting Looks Different Post-Pandemic

August 26, 2021

Employee expense reporting has been transformed by cloud computing. What was once an erratic, cumbersome, and unpleasant experience has become a streamlined and dependable process. Though still unloved, software solutions have prioritized user experience, creating systems with tight back-end ... Read full story >

Are you ready for the post-COVID vacation crush?

August 16, 2021

For many businesses, the past year has been marked by improvisation as they effectively transitioned to a remote work environment, adjusted to shifting consumer demands, and even modified their expected outcomes to accommodate on-the-ground realities. Read full story >

Your employees need a break. Here’s how to be more flexible with PTO

August 15, 2021

Even before the recent pandemic kept many people confined to their homes, Americans were leaving vacation time on the table. In 2019, 768 million vacation days went unused, a record at the time. In total, these unused vacation days represent $65.5 billion in earned, but unrealized benefits. Read full story >

Thinking Small: How to Make Budgets Work in the Face of Uncertainty

August 1, 2021

As companies adapt to an increasingly unpredictable business environment, one thing is certain: The present and the future of work are undoubtedly digital. This reality presents both challenges and opportunities for organizations ready to adapt. Whether empowering hybrid workers to communicate and ... Read full story >

Don’t let time, expense audit, compliance requirements undermine contracting opportunities

May 26, 2021

Federal contractors face uncertainty on many fronts. Most prominently, an ongoing global health crisis, a worsening economic recession, and government instability coalesced to create a challenging economic environment. Read full story >

Do You Need Original Receipts for Expense Reporting?

May 13, 2021

People still ask, “Do you need original receipts for expense reporting?” By “original receipts,” they usually mean physical receipts or paper receipts. Regardless of how you refer to them, the short answer is thankfully, “No!” Read full story >