Do you dread getting back to the office and having to make time to fill out expense reports? If you’re like most people, the answer is a definite yes. The last thing you want to do after time on the road is spend more time filling out expense reports instead of the pile of work that likely accumulated while you were traveling.
Advanced Business Solutions (ABS) saw a major opportunity to streamline the process of expense reporting. They used Progress OpenEdge Mobile to turn that opportunity into a reality. The result is a robust expense application that enables users to seamlessly fill out expense reports while on the go. OpenMobile Expense is simple, intuitive, and most importantly, accessible from any iOS or Android mobile device and can even be used when the device doesn’t have data connectivity. Users are able to instantly capture images of receipts without having to stuff them in a brief case and filter through crumpled slips of paper down the road. The app can also enforce the rules of an expense policy, prohibiting fraud or leakage or the need to have an employee spend countless hours checking for questionable expenses.
Using OpenEdge Mobile, ABS was able to develop OpenMobile Expense within three months of initial development. As ABS Managing Director Simon Fowler puts it, “Progress OpenEdge Mobile’s visual designer was a great help and made developing a mobile application 2-3x times faster than possible with competing solutions.”
Click here to download the full case study and learn more about how Progress OpenEdge Mobile helped ABS get their app to market faster and alleviate the frustration of expense reporting.
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