I’ve got 3 tips lined up for you, when it comes to security and SaaS solutions. The first tip is, in my opinion, the most important. It’s about trust.
Many of our customers have, for some time, been looking for a place, where they can engage in dialogues with other users of Acubiz. This is interesting for them, since they would like to talk to others about how they solve a specific situation. E.g. how do you load accounting data to a daybook in the accounting system? Or how do you create a report on mileage records in Acubiz One?
…But still knowing that there are humans behind the service, humans that you can have a dialogue with. A dialogue that doesn’t need to take place on all platforms like we have heard much about for the last 10 years through the concept of omnichannel. But a seamless dialogue on the right platform at the right time.
I’m quite confident that we’re on the radar in many places, qua our deep experience and expertise with expense management. We’ve had that confirmed many times during 2019, and I’ll take the opportunity the highlight a few of the good stories..
I’ll dive a little bit deeper into the B2B part, because there’s a few obvious gaps that needs to be taken care of, before the digital receipts makes sense.
IDC has recently conducted a vendor assessment of the dominant players within the global market for SMB Travel and Expense Management solutions. We are very pleased to announce that Acubiz was named a Major Player in the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide SaaS and Cloud-Enabled SMB Travel and Expense Management Applications
Research within the area shows that almost 20 billion euro is left unclaimed across the world every year. In other words, that’s the total amount that businesses hold off from reclaiming. To put that figure into perspective, it costs around 24 billion euro a year to the keep the Danish healthcare system running. We’re talking a lot of money here!
Besides offering our Expense Management solutions that includes our app, Acubiz One, we are also using other apps while we carry out our daily routines at work. For example, when we are visiting customers, participating at sales meetings or are implementing our solutions with customers.