DATABASICS Time & Expense Blog

Torbjorn Nilsen

Facilitating for control and visibility, leading to tangible bottom line value for employers, customers and partners. Creating efficiencies and streamlining business processes with Finance, IT and HR groups for Fortune Global 500 and Government customers. Drawing on wide ranging professional background as Professional Services Director, Business Application Delivery Director, Client Manager, Business Analyst, Systems Consultant, Project and Product Manager in the software industry. Working with companies in most major industries, as well as Government accounts, including: ABB, Accenture, American Express, BAA, BAE Systems, Bank of America, Barclays Bank, BP, British Telecom, Canon, Citi Group, EMC, France Telecom, KPMG, National Health Service (NHS), Newscorp, Northrop Grumman, Oracle, PNC Bank, Panasonic, Pfizer, Skanska, Smiths Industries, Sony, State Of Alaska, State of West Virginia, Stryker, Tesla, United Health Group, Verizon, Vodafone, Vivendi and Wells Fargo.
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Global Tax Management Guide: How To Simplify Complex Challenges

Indirect Taxation Guide

Doing business globally means taking into consideration a whole new world of taxation: indirect taxation. In the U.S. alone there are over 14,000 separate tax jurisdictions, which means that knowing how to apply and remit sales and use taxes can prove to be a challenge. Even the most sophisticated organization would find...


10 REAL Questions to Ask When Choosing a Global Solution

Whether you’re a rising star or a global enterprise, figuring out which global expense solution is right for you can be difficult when you’re in need of a genuine solution that offers more than multilingual support. While you’re doing the requisite research to find the solution that will work for you, here’s a preview of 10 real questions that...


[Guide] Choosing Time & Expense Reporting Software

Finding the best time & expense software for your company might not be as easy as doing a quick search through Amazon reviews. The trouble is that you’re looking for a solution, not a product, and solutions solve only specific problems. This means that the first step toward evaluating what will work best for you is making a list of the problems...

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