Insights on spend and expense management
In the first part of this post, we explored what spend management is, how to roll out a robust expense policy, and common spend pain points.In part two we look at how leading spend management tools can eliminate many of these issues, streamline processes and be an engine for business growth.
One of the longer-lasting effects of the pandemic has been a shift to hybrid finance teams. To accommodate for this new way of working, finance leaders need to put in place cloud software, security measures, ground rules, and create a culture with opportunities for all team members to collaborate and speak up.
In this episode of the CFO Playbook, Christopher discusses the path to finding balance in a global leadership role such as a CFO, how to be prepared for the challenges of adapting to new responsibilities, and how to remain engaged in times of trials and tribulations
This requires a slightly different approach to normal, with finance leaders needing to perform the role of “wartime CFOs,” by cutting costs, managing spend tightly and automating the finance function to be more productive and agile.
We designed Soldo with infinite scale in mind and it works brilliantly for clients of all shapes and sizes, from one-man bands to large corporates.
Yes you can, but you’ll not be getting the full advantages of Soldo! Both plastic and virtual cards can be used without the Soldo mobile app. The mobile app’s unique features include:
We recommend that you download the mobile app in order to get the full Soldo experience along with the real-time notifications on App Store for iOS and Google Play Store for Android.
Yes, but only as an extra measure to safeguard your funds. We tailor these limits to your own unique profile, to make sure they never prevent your team from buying what they need. You can see our baseline limits for each card below:
Maximum value for one purchase
Maximum no. of purchases
Maximum cash machine withdrawal
Maximum no. of cash machine withdrawals