SAP Concur Partner of The Year – for the 4th time!
What a busy time we had last week at SAP Concur Fusion!
Last week our team took a trip state side to the beautiful city of Seattle to attend SAP Concur Fusion Seattle 2018. The guys at SAP Concur really out done themselves this year.
Taxback International were honoured to be awarded SAP Concur’s Revenue Partner of the Year at this year’s SAP Concur Fusion in Seattle.
This is the FOURTH time we’ve been given a Partner of the Year Award – coming out on top in 2015, 2016, 2017 and now in 2018!
Pictured here is our Taxback International Team alongside SAP Concur‘s Jessica Pankov and John Gibbon, receiving the Partner of The Year Award.
Our team has continued to be frontrunners in VAT Recovery on corporate travel expenses, setting the bar for the highest revenue contributions in 2017 for SAP Concur.
In just 2.5 days we identified $54,832,582.14 of a potential VAT Reclaim for SAP Concur clients using our VATConnect – 1Click real time analysis. SAP Concur users simply click connect through the app centre and we produced a comprehensive VAT Analysis in just 3 hours. Its that simple!
Want to learn more about our 1Click integration? Check out our video here
It’s one week we won’t be forgetting any time soon – and we’re already eager to get stuck in at the next SAP Concur Fusion event.
Take a look at some of what we got up to below.
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