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Get article Justin! Love how you searched You Tube to figure out how to tie I bow tie. Personally, I used on the same trip to New Orleans - Concur, ExpenseIt, TripIt, United, Evernote, Google Maps (to figure out where I was and reviews on where to go), Echofon (Personal Twitter), Sprout Social (Work Twitter), Sony's Play Memories to upload photos to my phone from my Sony NEX-6 camera, and all the usual social apps (Instagram, Facebook, Vine, LinkedIn).

3 months ago on How My Phone Saved My Business Trip

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Hi @CarlCarefor

How many hours do you spend filling in those spreadsheets? How about how many hours you spend attaching receipts to those spreadsheets, and then waiting for your expense report to be approved? Too many right? Think of all the other things you'd rather be doing with your time.

Concur (on the web and even on your mobile device) helps you out by doing all that work for you. It syncs with your credit card and even with e-receipts. You won't need to enter numbers on your touchscreen - they data is automatically done for you. 

Check out a tour of our mobile app in this video - https://www.concur.com/en-us/resources/mobile-product-tour


8 months ago on Fact or Fiction: People Still Do These Things at Work?

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@Anthony Alfidi I agree Tony. It's a culture change. The key is being ok with that cultural change. If we keep doing everything because it's the way things have always been done, then we will never grow. 

8 months ago on How Disruptive Thinkers Can Induce Change Among Small Business Management

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@barceontwitter @Amy W Higgins Funny, we went bowling too! It was a ton of fun. And, I admit, I'm not the best bowler.

11 months, 3 weeks ago on Growing Pains: How to Keep Employees Happy While Growing

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@SarahBuhr Great perspective Sarah! Looking through their eyes always helps. Plus, chatting about things outside work always helps to get to know your coworkers - making work a happier place.

11 months, 3 weeks ago on Growing Pains: How to Keep Employees Happy While Growing

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@barceontwitter Thanks Barce! What's your favorite activity that you have done at your company?

11 months, 3 weeks ago on Growing Pains: How to Keep Employees Happy While Growing

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@edwindearborn Thanks Edwin! I totally agree with you — it's what's inside that counts.

11 months, 4 weeks ago on Zombies Need Not Apply: 7 Tips for Employee Engagement

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@sasobs Thank you for your comment Sasobs. I love being able to give our customers a better experience. Plus, using inspiration from our fearless heroes like Superman is always a bonus. 

1 year ago on 5 Leadership Traits You Should Steal From the Man of Steel

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@Shannon Steffen Here's a blog from Concur that should help -> http://www.concur.com/blog/en-us/3-insights-for-small-businesses-from-the-concur-expense-iq-report

"I can tell you this has nothing to do with extravagant travel spending habits of small business employees or generous volume discounts enjoyed by enterprise businesses.

In our experience, small business employees tend to travel more than their larger counterparts, resulting in more travel cost per employee. Plus, they tend to file more expense reports because they charge more items to credit cards, rather than submitting invoices."

1 year ago on Conversation @ http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/227582

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@dwaynealicie @JoeCardillo Dwayne, you have brought to the table a great viewpoint. Happy to have you as my co-worker. 

1 year, 1 month ago on Including Summer Interns in Your People Strategy

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@dwaynealicie @RebeccaTodd @JoeCardillo The people culture here definitely shows in how we treat each other and our clients. It really makes me proud to be a #Concurian.  

1 year, 1 month ago on Including Summer Interns in Your People Strategy

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@samfiorella I'm loving the book Sam! Thanks for writing it. Do you have any great books on your summer reading list? (I mean besides yours)

1 year, 2 months ago on A Dozen Great Books for Your Summer Reading List

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Great post! I love this "But often what we do behind the scenes—whether it’s listening, reporting on feedback, or helping customers privately—matters just as much—and can have an impact of the activity, traffic, and overall health of your community."

Many people forget that private communications and actions can be just as positive as the public ones.

1 year, 6 months ago on The Dark Social Side Of Community Management

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 @KratzPR Anytime! I love meeting people IRL. Just tweet me your email.

 

1 year, 12 months ago on 7 SxSW Community Manager Panels to Check Out (2013 Edition)

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These are awesome panels. I'll add them to my blog post on SXSW. http://artisticbytes.net/2012/08/17/how-to-pick-a-sxsw-panel/

1 year, 12 months ago on 7 SxSW Community Manager Panels to Check Out (2013 Edition)

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Thanks for mentioning our panel - Hey A-hole!..." 

1 year, 12 months ago on 7 SxSW Community Manager Panels to Check Out (2013 Edition)

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Freaking funny and yet so true. 

2 years, 3 months ago on How to Understand Silicon Valley Speak

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 @mpinner Our team rocks! But, we couldn't do it without our awesome textPlusers. They are the real gems of this story. 

2 years, 3 months ago on TextPlus App Surpasses Facebook in Monthly Usage Time Per User

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