The State of Travel and Entertainment Expense Management

Business travel has long been a critical component for achieving corporate goals. But in 2010, enterprises have begun to transform their perception of expense management from an unavoidable cost to a strategic mindset. This report is a go-to guide for enterprises seeking to convert their decade-old complacence of this everyday business practice to one that aligns with a new age of organizational goals.
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