Automaker General Motors is shooting for a "world-class travel and expense operation" after this year bringing SAP Concur's Travel to 19 countries and Expense to 29. 

While the travel management program is decades old, the $123 billion company had not quite established its travel and reimbursement processes across all markets with employees. With that and associated organizational tweaks, a global team based in Detroit added oversight of some smaller countries.

According to the global project manager for the Concur deployment, Scott Babbitt, GM expects to leverage travel and expense data through management . . .

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