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Innovation has been a part of
webexpenses’ DNA from the start

Our mission

Global solution

Case studies

Our awards

In the beginning

Webexpenses was launched in 2000 by three colleagues working in the finance sector of a major international corporation.

They shared a vision; to use digital technology to revolutionize the way organizations handle their expense reports. Instead of just talking about it, they made it happen.

Combining their accountancy expertise with a team of top software engineers, they created webexpenses – one of the very first SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) applications on the market.

Under the guidance and expertise of owner and chairman, Michael Richards, webexpenses has grown fast globally. There are offices in the US, UK and Sydney, webexpenses has clients across the globe.

 

 

Our mission is to always exceed expectations

Webexpenses has one main objective – to help organizations manage their expense reports process in an efficient and streamlined way.

It’s this focussed approach which is behind webexpenses’ growth since day one. It’s now the tried and tested solution for hundreds of clients throughout the world – from small businesses to large multi-national organizations.

With the tools to control expenditures, webexpenses’ clients increase efficiency, stabilise T&E spend and reduce operational costs, providing a noticeable and quick return on their investment.

 

 

Global solution

One of the most powerful features of webexpenses is the flexibility to meet the exact requirements of an organization’s structure. With our multi-entity functionality, we can cater for even the most complex set-ups.

For every organization and every division, webexpenses provides a truly global solution to fully manage employee expense reports.

 

 

Our awards

What really matters to webexpenses is the outstanding feedback we receive from our clients and users. Our software and services also continue to receive a wide range of industry accolades and awards.

 

 
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