TechnologyAccounting SoftwareMuseum of London exhibits liking for new expenses system

Museum of London exhibits liking for new expenses system

Museum of London chooses WebExpenses to process its credit card expenses

The Museum of London has chosen WebExpenses to process its credit card
expenses.

It had previously used a paper-based system.

After reviewing a number of systems, the Museum of London selected
WebExpenses’ end-to-end service on the basis it would deliver cost efficiencies,
offer greater control and detailed reporting, and statutory compliance for VAT.

Paul Saville, head of finance at the Museum of London, said: “We are now able
to pull off detailed management information quickly, giving the business greater
control of its expense spend.”

Further reading:

Expenses:
expensive business

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