As changes in business travelers’ purchase behavior continue to develop, leaders of the business trip management solutions market are responding by adapting to these changes. This evolution involves an ever-broader automation of purchase and management processes, as well as making these solutions accessible to more business travelers in order to better respond to the expectations of business travelers and travel managers.
For a long time the preserve of large companies, business travel and expenses claims management solutions are becoming simpler and are gradually adapting to the needs of SMEs, both functionally and technologically. This is a godsend for companies that intend, via these tools, to improve control of their business travel expenses.
OCR technology combined with the artificial intelligence developed by Notilus staff makes users’ everyday lives easier by automatically integrating data shown on the receipts in their business expenses claims. With an emphasis on continuous improvement of the user experience, our mobile solutions integrate these technological advances as new versions are released.
The profiles of your business travellers contain personal data that may relate to their private life or even financial data (date of birth, mobile number, preferences, emergency contacts, accommodation, contacts visited, etc.).
Jean-Jacques Richard, former director of safety and business intelligence at TNT and founder of Haxxom, reminds us of your responsibilities to your travellers and suggests some simple, common-sense actions.
More powerful than a simple scanner, OCR is capable of detecting characters in order to transcribe a paper document into an editable format. In the case of expenses claims management, this process removes the need for manual data entry, and avoids the typos that go with it.
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