It’s summer time on the Northern hemisphere. Everybody there will be facing summer holiday soon, for most people the best time of the year – recharge batteries, enjoy time with the family, learn about new cultures, countries and locations or just hike in the mountains and enjoy wonderful views and clear air.

The anticipation is rising the closer the journey comes, but the list of things to do before leaving the office is still not empty. And between you and your holiday one last thing is left to do:

Your Travel Expense Report with the expenses of the past few weeks!

To make sure the reimbursement brings a welcome windfall during your vacation you have to submit it today!

Heck, it’s the same as the tax declaration but it’s not only once a year but every month – at least. And the family is waiting at home.

Why can’t this be as easy as being on vacation, enjoying the sun and the cocktail in your hand watching your wife reading a thriller and your kids cheerfully playing in the water?

A dream? It can be real! Can’t believe it?

So here is how you can make that dream come true: Instead of collecting all the paper receipts on your journey and put it in an envelope to not lose them, and weeks later trying to remember where they all came from – you directly take a picture with you smartphone, enter the amount and forget it. It’s automatically assigned to your journey. Instead of having a very long last day in the office, you only have submit your travel expense report with another few
clicks from the shuttle back home. That’s all!

Trade in unproductive time for your best time of the year!

Isn’t that a fantastic exchange rate? Your family will love SAP Cloud for Travel and Expense, too.

We invite you to our free webinar on Sept. 10th 10AM CEST (EMEA Timezone). Register here

Or visit us online on www.sap.com/cloudfortravel

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