How remote work has impacted expense reimbursement policies

Daryl Allen is the Director of Finance for Gremlin, an enterprise scaled Chaos Engineering platform. He has led the finance function since the company’s formation and carried responsibilities over human resources and operations. He’s a CPA who graduated from Western Washington University, worked 10 years in a private investment office.

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About this webinar.

Work-from-home or remote work teams for SaaS companies are expected to become a new normal. While there are many benefits to this type of structure, it is clear that companies need different tools and ways of operating to ensure the operational control and efficiency they need. One such area is expense management. We will discuss how different tools help facilitate making purchases by remote workers while giving managers the oversight they need and accounting the information required for booking transactions. We’ll talk about the value of tools that can handle a range of workflows associated with remote workers spending company money from policies to approvals, to categorization and reporting.

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  • Risks associated with work-from-home spending and expense reimbursement policies needed to address those risks.
  • Mistakes to avoid when it comes to adopting new tools.
  • How to improve operational efficiency when teams are scattered.

About the speaker.

Daryl Allen

Daryl Allen

Director of Finance at Gremlin

Daryl Allen is the Director of Finance for Gremlin, an enterprise scaled Chaos Engineering platform. He has led the finance function since the company's formation and carried responsibilities over human resources and operations. He's a CPA who graduated from Western Washington University, worked 10 years in a private investment office, and blogs about french fries and craft soda.

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