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Calculate ROI of Microsoft Dynamics NAV expense management software

Calculate ROI of Microsoft Dynamics NAV expense management software

The #1 tool mid-sized businesses should use before deciding to optimize their Microsoft Dynamics NAV (Navision) expenses management process.

Return on investment (ROI) can often be difficult to prove, beyond the common knowledge that digital processes will save time and involve using and storing less paper. Getting the finance processes to run like a well-oiled machine is a science – as a team you have to ensure that the systems you’re using are a good fit for your individual skills and that your finance processes help you make the most of your time.

You’re probably familiar with the drive across the industry to move away from paper-based processes and onto digital ones. The expense management processes you use should optimize your team’s time, as well your colleagues’ time submitting expenses.

We’ve prepared a tool to guide and help you find out if making a major change to your travel expenses process and using a cloud-based system makes financial sense for your company.

Click below to access the Zetadocs Expenses ROI Calculator to help you estimate your current spend on processing expenses, as well as your potential savings if you use Zetadocs Expenses. We've also included a fun fact, see if you can spot it.

Calculate Zetadocs Expenses ROI

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