October 8, 2012
Scania has turned to eBuilder for help with streamlining and better coordinating their travel management and travel expense accounting. On
this year, eBuilder's cloud-based solution was deployed to Scania's 30 companies in
. Initially, the solution encompasses only travel cost accounting, but it will successively be broadened to improve the entire travel administration process.
"In our effort to streamline our cost accounting for travel and travel expenses, we came to the conclusion that eBuilder's Travel solution is a highly appropriate service for us. With the new service, all Scania employees can now promptly reconcile their expenditures while we obtain improved administration," says
, Head of Administration at Scania, and adds: "The company is currently working on expanding the service with more functions."
Unique advantages lead to significant savings
We are proud to be able to help Scania boost the efficiency of their internal travel process and to contribute to cost savings this way," says
, eBuilder's CEO. With eBuilder's Travel and Expense Management solution, Scania achieves end-to-end control over the organization's travel processes. The most decisive advantage of eBuilder Travel is the system's ability to integrate the many participants in the customer's travel network. This can include thousands of collaborating companies such as airlines, railroads, hotel chains, car rental firms, credit card companies, banks, and tax authorities. These integrations, together with eBuilder's business logic, give the customer a highly optimized process that handles the employees' travel needs from booking to reimbursement.
eBuilder helps companies and organizations automate and optimize the whole or parts of their business processes for travel, procurement, and supply chains (order fulfillment and reverse logistics).
eBuilder's Cloud Processes* are a complement to existing ERP systems. ERP systems give control over an organization's internal processes, while eBuilder's Cloud Processes give control over processes outside the organization in the global network of collaborating trading partners.