About SAP Concur

There must be a better way. This thought launched SAP Concur nearly 25 years ago and spurs our innovation today.

It began with the realization that there must be a better way to manage business expenses.

A better way than employees stuffing paper receipts into an envelope and manually entering each expense onto a spreadsheet. A better way than Finance transferring expense data to accounting systems by hand. By automating the expense management process, SAP Concur would make expense reporting a whole lot easier for employees and get them reimbursed faster. At the same time, we would help companies save time and money.

But more could be done for business. What if companies could “see” expenses even before they happen? SAP Concur connected travel and expense, allowing organizations to get a new level of visibility into spending – before, during and after the trip was completed.

We weren’t finished. With the rise of mobile devices and apps, customers wanted the same simple and powerful experiences they enjoy as consumers. For instance, what if travelers could expense a latte through their smartphone app, discarding the receipt? What if travel managers could receive a single itinerary for all of a traveler’s bookings, no matter how they were booked? What if expense reports could write themselves as a trip unfolds? What if the same effortless experience could extend to invoice processing, too?

We’ve continued to innovate to improve the experiences of business travelers, travel managers and finance leaders.

Today, SAP Concur is the world’s leading provider of integrated travel and expense management services and solutions. On the web, on a smartphone or on a tablet, our cloud-based solutions deliver an effortless experience for employees and total transparency into spending, helping organizations of all sizes, industries and locations run better. We can help yours run better, too.

Our executive team

As the leader of SAP’s Cloud Business Group, Jennifer Morgan has end-to-end responsibility for the company’s cloud lines of business, including SAP Ariba, SAP Concur, SAP Fieldglass, SAP SuccessFactors, SAP C4/HANA, SAP Customer Experience, and Qualtrics. Jennifer is spearheading the company’s rapid and aggressive shift to the cloud as her portfolio includes revenue, product development, research, engineering, operations, and sales and marketing across SAP’s cloud businesses. In 2018, SAP cloud revenue surpassed license revenue for the first time in the company’s nearly five-decade history.

Jennifer became the first American woman ever appointed to the SAP Executive Board when she was named President of the Americas and Asia in 2017. In this role, she was responsible for SAP’s revenue, strategy, and customer success in North America, Latin America, and Asia Pacific Japan, regions encompassing more than 43,000 employees and nearly 230,000 customers. Read more.

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Mr. Eberhard joined SAP Concur in 2003 and was named President of the company in November 2016. In his role, Mr. Eberhard is responsible for setting the vision and executing against the operating plan for SAP Concur. Mr. Eberhard has more than 25 years of global sales and executive management experience in high-tech and has been instrumental in developing the vision for SAP Concur in business travel since 2006. His previous roles at SAP Concur include President of Global Distribution, in which he oversaw more than 1,800 sales and marketing professionals; EVP and General Manager, Global Accounts; EVP and General Manager, Asia Pacific; and EVP, Worldwide Sales & Business Development. Prior to SAP Concur, Mr. Eberhard was VP, Worldwide Sales at Xign; VP and General Manager for Ariba; and VP and General Manager, Education & Government at PeopleSoft.

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Jim Lucier was appointed as incoming president in April of 2019 and will assume the role of president in July. Lucier joined SAP Concur in 2008 as Vice President for Business Development. In 2011, he was promoted to General Manager of the Federal Government Business Unit, where he led the successful bid to secure a contract with the U.S. Government. Lucier became SAP Concur’s Chief Services Officer in 2016, overseeing the Services, Support and CX teams who ensure best-in-class experiences for over 48,000 commercial and government customers around the world. He added the responsibilities of Chief Revenue Officer in 2017, leading Global Business Development, Enterprise sales for U.S., Canada and LAC, Global SMB sales, and Global Sales Operations. Jim’s previous industry experience included senior leadership positions at JPMorgan Chase and Xign.

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Chris Arendale joined SAP Concur in 2013, and was named Chief Financial Officer in April 2018. As a certified CPA, Mr. Arendale has served in various leadership roles within the Finance organization, managing the billing and revenue assurance functions for SAP Concur. He was instrumental in integrating the finance functions of SAP Concur and SAP, as well as migrating to a new system. Prior to joining SAP Concur, Mr. Arendale worked for nearly a decade in the telecom industry across financial teams at leading enterprise companies AT&T and Cbeyond.

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Christal Bemont joined SAP Concur in 2004 and was named Chief Revenue Officer in April 2019, joining the company’s executive leadership team. In this role, Ms. Bemont is responsible for leading worldwide sales globally within SAP Concur’s Distribution organization. During her 15 years with the company, Ms. Bemont has held both sales and leadership positions across the enterprise and SMB segments, playing an integral role in growing SAP Concur’s largest global clients and leading multiple sales teams to success. Prior to her CRO appointment, Christal served as Senior Vice President and General Manager of SAP Concur’s Small, Midsized, and Nationals (SMN) business unit where she grew the segment 168% in four years. She previously worked for Adexs, Extensity, and Clarify.

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As CMO and a member of the executive leadership team for SAP Concur, Ms. Albrecht leads multi-national marketing teams responsible for omni-channel product marketing, digital, brand, communications, customer success, demand generation, and market-expansion. Ms. Albrecht has a long history with SAP Concur, recently rejoining in August 2018 as vice president of global marketing centers of excellence and interim CMO, before becoming CMO in October 2018. From 2008 to 2013, Kim served as Concur’s vice president of corporate marketing. Prior to rejoining SAP Concur, Ms. Albrecht was vice president corporate marketing for Nintex and vice president at Silver Fox Productions. Ms. Albrecht has also worked for Microsoft and Great Plains where she held director-level marketing, communications, and events positions.

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Mr. Weingartner joined SAP Concur in August 2017 as SVP of Development and was named Chief Technology Officer, EVP of Development in April 2018. In his role, Mr. Weingartner oversees all technology and cloud operations at SAP Concur, managing multi-national teams to deliver highly scalable SaaS solutions for global customers. With more than 30 years of experience in the technology industry, Mr. Weingartner has led major enterprise software platform deliveries and driven architecture for complex CRM products for some of the largest vendors in the industry. Prior to joining SAP Concur, he held senior leadership positions at companies such as Oracle, Siebel, and HP.

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Mike Koetting joined SAP Concur in 2010 and was named Chief Product Strategy Officer in June 2019. In this role, Mr. Koetting is responsible for the strategy of SAP Concur’s portfolio of travel, expense and invoice management products and services. In addition to the portfolio strategy responsibilities, Mike is responsible for SAP Concur’s Travel Supplier and TMC Services organizations which manage the relationships with travel suppliers, GDSs and TMC reseller/fulfillment partners and provide the world’s leading travel agency automation technology, Compleat. Mike is also one the original architects of Concur TripLink. Prior to joining SAP Concur Mr. Koetting held a variety of senior positions at Carlson Wagonlit Travel and Maritz Corporate Travel. He began his career as a CPA with Price Waterhouse and he is also a seven-time Ironman and altruistic kidney donor.

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Christopher became SVP of Business Operations in March 2018 and has been a member of the executive leadership team for SAP Concur since November 2016. Mr. Juneau has a long history with SAP Concur, holding various product management, marketing and operational leadership roles across the world for the past 18 years. He has led its international expansion opening a number of new markets in Europe and Asia-Pacific on behalf of SAP Concur during his tenure.

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Ms. Kumar was appointed VP of Human Resources in May 2017. She joined SAP Concur in 2011 as a Senior HR Business Partner supporting the Technology and Operations organization. In October 2015, she became Director of Global Talent Management where she supported the IT, Product and Customer organizations. Seema’s passion for organizational design, coupled with her focus on talent development and business strategy has made her instrumental in the evolution of SAP Concur as they have grown to over 7,000 employees. Prior to SAP Concur, Ms. Kumar spent 12 years in various HR roles with Merrill Lynch, Drugstore.com and Mutual Materials. She has a master’s degree in Psychology and Human Resources Management.

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Jenn McColly is the Vice President of Employee Experience (EX) at SAP Concur, overseeing corporate social responsibility, diversity and inclusion, recognition, internal communications and employee engagement. Prior to leading the Employee Experience team, Jenn was the Vice President of Global Human Resources at SAP Concur. Jenn is passionate about empowering people to bring their passions and purpose together through meaningful and interesting work. Jenn holds a BA in Organization Communication from the University of Montana and is a member of the board of the Eastside Crusaders Youth Lacrosse Club and the advisory board of College of Humanities & Sciences at the University of Montana.

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