🏙️ Indigenous insights

A trio of stories from the Vancouver Tech Journal archives to commemorate the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.

Tomorrow is the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. That means this long weekend is an opportunity to reflect on your privilege (if you’re a settler like me), and learn more about Indigenous culture. It’s also why today’s Friday Feature includes a trio of stories from the Vancouver Tech Journal archives to commemorate the day.


JUN 19

Three reasons to ditch traditional expense reports (and a better alternative)

Expense reports have long been a staple of corporate financial management, but their drawbacks are increasingly hard to ignore. Here are three reasons why your company should consider ditching them:

Time-Consuming: Preparing and reviewing expense reports is a time-intensive process. Employees spend valuable hours documenting expenses and managers must painstakingly review each submission.

Error-Prone: Manual entry often leads to errors, from miscalculated amounts to missing receipts. These mistakes can result in inaccurate financial records and potential compliance issues.

Lack of Real-Time Visibility: Expense reports provide a retrospective view of spending, making it challenging to track expenses in real time. This delay can hinder proactive cost control.

Float offers a better alternative — one that both finance teams and employees prefer. Learn more at www.floatcard.com




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