"Growing small and mid-sized organizations can learn effective strategies for better managing company spending," said John Neri, vice president of sales and customer satisfaction.
Plymouth Meeting, PA (PRWEB) February 03, 2016
Participants can learn a better way to manage organizational spending – expense reporting, purchasing and payable invoices(bills) -- in a special webcast presentation from ExpenseWatch, Feb. 16, 2016, at 1 p.m. Eastern.
Targeted to small and midsized businesses, this webcast will:
- Uncover what it really costs organizations to manage paper-based expense reporting, purchasing and payable invoices
- Learn about the spending challenges companies face when using paper-based processes
- Explore the benefits that can be achieved after implementing an automated spend management system
- Provide an overview how an automated spend management system works for expense reporting, purchasing and payable invoice management.
A special guest from the Greater Raleigh Convention and Visitors Bureau will share how ExpenseWatch’s automated spend management system has transformed organizational spending processes and opened the door to new levels of visibility and control not possible before.
“Today’s growing small and mid-sized organizations have the same operational challenges larger organizations face, except that they have fewer resources to accomplish goals,” said John Neri, vice president of sales and customer satisfaction for ExpenseWatch. “This webcast will give participants an understanding of how an automated spend management system saves both time and money, and gives these organizations tools that empower them to accomplish a lot more with limited resources, while gaining much needed visibility and control over operational spending.”
The webcast is open to anyone interested in learning more about managing organizational spending and is especially targeted to convention and visitors bureaus. Participants may register for this event here..
ExpenseWatch automates manual, time consuming paper-based processes, for visibility and control over organizational spending, empowering customers to spend with confidence. Modules for expense reporting, purchasing and payable invoices resolve specific spending issues, or can be combined to provide a comprehensive spend management suite. The company was founded in 2000, released the first version of its spend control service in 2003, and currently manages more than $3 Billion in annual spend transactions on behalf of its customers. The company is privately held with headquarters in Plymouth Meeting, PA, a suburb of Philadelphia.