Understand how a modern T&E reporting system should operate, how to get more controls baked in and how to deliver the needed business intelligence required to make smarter spending decisions.
With budgeting for 2023 just around the corner, it will only get more intense. Everything counts—and that means it’s time to get serious about T&E.
T&E represents an average of 10% of companies’ overall budgets, yet most finance teams lack almost all control and visibility into what’s driving real value for the business and what’s just wasteful spending. Legacy systems, weak compliance, fragmented software and out-of-date practices all combine to exacerbate the issue.
So how should a modern T&E reporting system operate? How do you get more controls baked in? How do you deliver the needed business intelligence required to make smarter—not just bigger—spending decisions?
Join TripActions and StrategicCFO360 for a 50-minute intensive, in which we’ll help you think through T&E for 2023, diving into key issues including:
As Chief Accounting Officer, Ram oversees all the accounting functions, procurement and payroll for TripActions. Prior to TripActions Ram has successfully guided teams to scale in hyper growth environments where he served as VP Finance, Corporate Controller at Snowflake, Chief Accounting Officer and interim CFO at Talend and various leadership roles in companies that span the software, hardware and medical device industries. Ram is a CPA and started his Career in KPMG, Tel-Aviv. Ram, his wife and two kids reside in Redwood City, CA.
As a Product Marketing Manager, Kabir leads the execution of the go-to-market strategies for tools and features impacting traveler experience for all TripActions customers. Prior to TripActions, Kabir worked in Marketing at Wayfair; before that, he held roles in private equity and investment banking. Kabir is a Michigan transplant and currently lives in San Francisco.
Emily DeNitto is Executive Editor of Chief Executive Group and Editor of StrategicCFO360, StrategicCIO360 and StrategicCHRO360. Previously she was Executive Editor of Worth Media, Managing Editor of Crain’s New York Business and a restaurant reviewer for The New York Times.
This is a Group Internet Based offering. The program level of this session is basic with no prerequisites or advance preparation required. To be awarded the full credits, you must respond to all polling questions during the webinar and fill out the post-event survey. Chief Executive Group is registered with NASBA as a sponsor of Continuing Professional Education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors.