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Expense8 adds Mitre 10 and BAI to growing Aussie customer base

27 Apr 16

Expense8 has won new customer deals with Mitre 10 and BAI Communications as the software-as-a-service provider continues to add to its growing pool of local customers.

Expense8, which is the Australian subsidiary of global technology group 8common, provides travel and expense management.

The company recentlt rolled out the first stage of its seven figure deal for the NSW Department of Education Purchasing Card Solution, and counts Woolworths, Roche Australia and the Australian Electoral Commission among its customers.

International customers include Fortune Travel in Singapore and Sunway Travel in Malaysia.

The Expense8 offering is tailored for each client and provides organisations with tools for employees to plan and book business trips and reconcile travel and corporate expenses.

Nick Gonios, 8common chief executive, says the wins are testament to how it can simplify technology for customers.

“These customers had specific challenges unique to their business, yet they recognise the cost and time advantages and technology innovation that Expense8 can bring to the table.

Pratima Chand, Mitre 10 AP and rebates manager, says Expense8’s flexibility was a key decider for the company.

“In addition, its rapid implementatoin time, fast onboarding and user-friendly features were huge pluses for us,” Chand says.

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