Xero changed the game for accounting software. Pleo is changing the game for expense management. Put them together and you get the most comprehensive way to manage all of your business spending.
There are many ways that using a Pleo card will change how you handle business expenses for the better – here are some of the coolest we've discovered.
A Pleo card makes life easy. Well, it makes the “business expenses” part of life easy. We can’t get you served faster at the bar or anything like that. (Although, pro tip: Waving cash at the staff doesn’t help.) Pleo ends the pain of chasing receipts and dealing with time-swallowing expense reports. With Pleo, employees
When it comes to productivity, these tools could help you create a team of Beethovens.
Some people love business travel. It’s a chance to leave the office behind and see new parts of the world. Some people hate it: the stress of being away from home, living out of a suitcase. What could possibly unite these two groups? Easy: tools and technology that make travelling easier. New apps and services
Companies are using more and more subscription software services but keeping the cost under control is a real challenge.
Your workforce is changing – and it’s changing fast. Some UK studies suggest there’s been a 74% increase in the number of people working from home in the past decade. But the change is even deeper than that. Globalisation and rapid advances in technology are changing not just how we work, but also how we
From software and equipment to travel and services, the old axiom still rings true – you have to spend money to make money. However, actually spending money as a company can be a tricky business. It creates the need for expense reports, spending management, financial oversight – not to mention physical cards that need to
Good financial planning and accounting practices are key to running a successful business. You know that already. But you also know that these involve tasks that are time-consuming and repetitive, meaning they often aren’t given the focus that they deserve. Younger companies sometimes struggle to make sure their book-keeping practices keep pace with their growth.