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Infor has announced Infor Expense, a mobile solution for business travelers to record and track expenses. Together with Infor Expense Management, the application makes the entire expense reporting process simpler, more intuitive and more travel-friendly.

The solution offers features such as offline functionality, international currency conversion and auto-population. This should make the expense report faster and more efficient. For example, receipts can be recorded and tracked in real time. This requires accurate reports to be generated quickly.

The application was created after discussions with customers of the company, states vice president and head of Experience Nunzio Esposito. “We have taken into account their requirements and expectations for a mobile expense management solution. Our team has identified the most critical workflows users need, then designed a mobile solution that helps users better manage their vouchers and expenses by capturing and tracking them in real time. At the same time, they benefit from a user-friendly experience and improved efficiency, productivity and accuracy.”


The application allows users to automate their cost-related business processes, regardless of the location and size of the organization. It is also possible to control policies, reduce administrative costs and reduce the risk of accidental errors and deliberate fraud.

“In today’s business world, customers expect to be able to work anytime, anywhere on the platform they want, whether it’s a laptop, a desktop or a mobile device,” said Vice President Todd Stratton. “Infor is always pushing the boundaries of enterprise software, making it more mobile and easy to use. Infor provides all organizations, regardless of size, with solutions that eliminate manual processes, promote more efficient operations, and eliminate the problems associated with traditional everyday processes such as expense claims.”

The application is now available in the App Store. A version for Android will be available soon.

This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.