Complimentary Web Seminar

The Cloud and T&E Expense Management: Driving Efficiency and the Bottom Line

Original Broadcast Date: Thursday, July 26, 2012
Cost: FREE

Sponsored by:

Concur

More than ever before, companies around the globe are leveraging the power of cloud computing to enhance productivity. In fact, public cloud sales amounted to $28 billion worldwide in 2011 according to IDC. As a pioneer in this emerging market, Concur is helping companies of all sizes and industries better manage travel and expense.

Join Treasury & Risk and Concur on July 26 at 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT for an informative presentation, The Cloud and T&E Expense Management: Driving Efficiency and the Bottom Line. During this webinar, a Concur expert and client, T-Systems, will be on-hand to share how organizations can:

  • Improve business processes and save time through automation
  • Ensure compliance to corporate T&E policies
  • Increase security and virtually eliminate fraud
  • Enhance flexibility through the use of mobile
  • Cut costs related to T&E expenses

Attend this webinar and discover how the cloud can benefit your organization’s travel and expense management process.

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Featured Speakers:

Martin Lagler
  • Martin Lagler
  • Head of Accounting
  • T-Systems NA, Inc.
Martin is the Head of Accounting & Travel at T-Systems NA, Inc and has been with the company for 5 years. Prior to T-Sytems, Martin was working for a whole sale and manufacturing company as Accounting Director. And previously to that for the Hyatt corporation in Chicago, with jobs ranging from Rooms Intern to F&B consultant. Martin is originally from Switzerland and moved to the US in 1999. He has two boys, rides a motorcycle and loves to travel.


Amy Padgett
  • Amy Padgett
  • Sr. Solutions Marketing Manager
  • Concur Technologies
Amy Padgett is a Sr. Solution Marketing Manager at Concur Technologies. Prior to joining Concur, she was a Global Product Manager at Carlson Wagonlit Travel where she was responsible for managing and evolving one of CWT’s four lines of business – safety and security. Prior to her CWT role, Amy served as the communications and marketing manager at AirPlus International, Inc. She was an original member of the leadership team charged with introducing AirPlus to the North American marketplace. Before her role at AirPlus, Amy got her start in the corporate travel industry in 2000 with Universal Air Travel Plan (UATP) – the first credit card ever, which is owned, issued and accepted by airlines around the world.

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