Global expansion solutions

Enable your organization to expand into new markets and grow across global borders with SAP Concur solutions.

Realize the value of a connected solution to help manage your spend globally

When conducting business across borders, everything gets more complex. By enhancing your SAP Concur solution, you can gain visibility into employee spend and travelers to accurately manage all spending worldwide.

  • Ensure best practices with global and localized templates and policies.
  • See where spend happens to maximize your time and investment for expansion.
  • Make it easier to get the data you need.

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Gain better insights more quickly

Maximize your spend data with insights unique to your business through expert help with all your data and analytical needs.

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Support your users, no matter where they are

Global expansion requires supporting users across more time zones and languages. User Support Desk makes support services available in the right language at the right time, regardless of location.

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Maintain policy and compliance globally

Managing policy across borders, where regulations, business practices and standards vary widely, is complicated. Audit Service helps you manage those tasks, so you can scale without risks.

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Learn more about how SAP Concur can help you with global expansion

Experience growth without the pains

Learn how to turn expansion into a rewarding risk and pave the way for growth.


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Manage global growth with confidence

Maximize your SAP Concur investment with tools to support your expansion efforts.


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Expand globally and control costs

With SAP Concur, the Cloudera finance department supported the company’s exponential growth to 29 countries.


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