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Controlling Indirect Spend In An Economic Downturn

Indirect spend can usually be identified as one of a company’s most controllable expenses.  It is also often the largest expense, second only to payroll.  The effects of our economy are putting pressure on large and small organizations alike to mandate cost reduction in these areas. While indirect spend can incorporate many different areas of […]

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The T&E Dance – First Steps will save your company up to 20%

By on March 2, 2009 in Expense, Travel with 0 Comments
The T&E Dance – First Steps will save your company up to 20%

Did you know that on average, approximately 20% of a company’s T&E (travel & entertainment) spend is out of policy?  CFO’s often wonder why they can’t put our finger on the bleeding that occurs within the depths of their organizations.  They meticulously review the budget, activities and policies that are believed to control spending habits […]

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