- Future of FinanceResearch shows that employees working at companies like Netflix or Google are on average 40% more productive. This is in big part due to eliminating organisational drag like internal processes or policies. Including the one about expense reports.
Company with a progressive and ambitious mission as European Energy, that constructs wind and solar farms to help climate change, shouldn’t have bureaucratic processes and policies slowing them down. Their finance teams is aware of that, that is why they implemented Pleo.
Advancements in payment technology, business processes, employee behaviour and compliance requirements are changing how company spending is done. As a result, we are seeing a massive shift towards the elimination of expense reports.
September is here, and so are the new Pleo features and updates. Our biggest one is the new Pleo mobile app (version 1.8.0), that has a new and refreshed look.
Whilst it theoretically seems like a good idea to automate your expense processes, without concrete figures to demonstrate the ROI, it’s difficult to convince yourself or others to make the jump. So, is your current manual process really that cost-efficient?
Here at Pleo, we’ve build a bunch of new features during this summer and August was no different. It brought our users an ability to pay invoices and a variety of other new improvements.
Matthew Booth from Blu Sky Chartered Accountants, one of our accounting partners, explains the benefits of Pleo for both, their practice and their clients, in this guest blog post.