Take the pain out of travel and expense – it’s easy with Concur and Praxa
Handling staff expenses is a pain – most organisations are still processing expenses manually using expense forms with a myriad of paper receipts attached (or missing). There is a better way: Praxa recommends the Concur Expense Management solution, which takes the pain away from having to retain receipts, code expense claims and submit them for manual review and approval.
Turn receipts into reports in a snap.
Snap a photo
Right from your ExpenseIt app. No more lost receipts. No more unreimbursed expenses. ExpenseIt instantly turns receipt images into expense line items. Simply review, edit if needed, and hit export to add it to your expense report.
Forward digital receipts
Got an email receipt from the car rental company or airline? Not to worry. Just forward them to firstname.lastname@example.org and ExpenseIt automatically pre-populates the expense line items for you.
Itemise hotel bills
ExpenseIt is like a concierge for your hotel expenses. That’s because we handle everything, itemising your hotel bill line-by-line and entering individual expenses for each category—from room fees and taxes to midnight raids on the mini bar.
Smile and say “no typing.”
All you need is ExpenseIt®, the time-saving expense app from Concur®. Capture receipts on the go and automagically pre-populate your expense line items—without typing, hassle, or headaches.
Employees spend minutes (not hours) on expense claims, so they spend more time getting more work done.
Be a model of efficiency
Line-item receipts (complete with pictures) make it much easier to get much faster approvals and audits, which shortens the entire process.
Get an earlier and more accurate look into your monthly expense spending, and drive savings to your bottom line.
Did you know?
Organisations that invest in an end-to-end expense- management solutions see processing costs decrease 37% while policy compliance increases 44%.*
*End-to-End Visibility into T&E Expense Management: Mobile Comes to the Table (Aberdeen, 2013)