Webexpenses my experience
Updated August 08, 2022

Webexpenses my experience

ROBERT MCDOWELL | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Modules Used

  • Expense Management

Overall Satisfaction with Webexpenses

Across the whole organization, from CEO to cleaning staff it is used for the daily expenses, I personally use it for fuel purchases when one of my teams vehicles is off the road and they have to use a hire vehicle or for miscellaneous purchases such as replacement keys and taxis in certain situations.
  • I carry a float and use Webexpenses to replenish it.
  • It is an easy way of keeping an account of miscellaneous expenditure.
  • It goes directly to my expenses bank account.
  • Speed up approval system, probably a company issue not Webexpenses.
  • Takes a bit of getting used to adding attachments.
  • Rejected for petty reasons sometimes
  • It has proved successful for EMCOR UK, but I am not in a position to have access to the ROI information.
It works for me and EMCOR UK, removes all uncertainty from accounting for expenses and has a good workflow system for payment. Approval system is a bit slow, but this is a company issue.
I have not needed to use support very often and our accountancy team are very quick to respond to any queries.

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Webexpenses is a good system for replenishing my float, it keeps a full history of all expenditure and is great for auditing purposes. EMCOR UK use it throughout the company and it is controlled by our finance department, giving a very visible summary of all expenditure. It is less appropriate for my cleaning workforce as they cannot afford to wait for expenses to be processed, so I reimburse them from my float and claim on their behalf. Works well.