Share

Scope takes its expenses management online

Scope takes its expenses management online
News

Scope takes its expenses management online 1

Finance | 12 Feb 2010

Scope has chosen an automated online system from GlobalExpense to manage its employee expenses.

A company which specialises in accounting and tax, GlobalExpense allows the charity’s staff members to log onto its website to complete the two-stage claim.

Based on authorisation and validation, the online claims made by employees are first checked by managers for approval, before the receipts are sent by post to be validated by GlobalExpense.

With the previous system having required staff to fill in two forms with receipts attached, send them to their line manager, then sign and send them onto payroll to be processed, employees are said to favour the new system.

Geetha Rabindrakumar, director of finance at Scope, said: “Staff have found it to be very user-friendly and like the fact that their claims are processed quickly and reliably.”

According to Scope, the new automated system has allowed staff to work on more ‘value-added tasks’, such as analysing expense spend, at the same time as allowing the organisation to follow protocol more closely.

John Green
Director of Development
Apostleship of the Sea (charity)
23 Mar 2010

I am interested in the finding out more about the 'on line system for managing expenses' as advertised by Scope.

I can be contacted on 07505 653801.

Address: Apostleship of the Sea, Herald House, Lamb's Passage, London EC1Y 8LE

Many thanks

Comments

[Cancel] | Reply to:

Close »

Community Standards

The civilsociety.co.uk community and comments board is intended as a platform for informed and civilised debate.

We hope to encourage a broad range of views, however, there are standards that we expect commentators to uphold. We reserve the right to delete or amend any comments that do not adhere to these standards.

We welcome:

  • Robust but respectful debate
  • Strongly held opinions
  • Intelligent relevant discussion
  • The sharing of relevant experiences
  • New participants

We will not publish:

  • Rude, threatening, offensive, obscene or abusive language, or links to such material
  • Links to commercial organisations or spam postings. The comments board is not an advertising platform
  • The posting of contact details for yourself or others
  • Comments intended for malicious purpose or mindless abuse
  • Comments purporting to be from another person or organisation under false pretences
  • Gratuitous criticism, commentary or self-promotion
  • Any material which breaches copyright or privacy laws, or could be considered libellous
  • The use of the comments board for the pursuit or extension of personal disputes

Be aware:

  • Views expressed on the comments board are left at users’ discretion and are in no way views held or supported by Civil Society Media
  • Comments left by others may not be accurate, do not rely on them as fact
  • You may be misunderstood - sarcasm and humour can easily be taken out of context, try to be clear

Please:

  • Enjoy the opportunity to express your opinion and respect the right of others to express theirs
  • Confine your remarks to issues rather than personalities

Together we can keep our community a polite, respectful and intelligent platform for discussion.

Tags

Free eNews

London Marathon raises more money for charity than other major marathons combined, CAF finds

28 Apr 2015

The London Marathon raises as much money collectively for charity as the other four major world marathons...

Almost £20m raised through JustGiving for London Marathon

27 Apr 2015

Runners in yesterday's London Marathon have so far raised nearly £20m through JustGiving, the fundraising...

DEC launches appeal and government gives £5m to Nepal earthquake relief

27 Apr 2015

The government will give £2m to the British Red Cross and make another £3m available for charities and...

Charity demands to be removed from Telegraph list of small businesses supporting Conservatives

28 Apr 2015

A diversity charity has been forced to deny it is affiliated with any political party after it was named...

Create a dedicated media team to promote the charity sector, says Understanding Charities Group

28 Apr 2015

A draft strategy for “changing the way that the media cover charities” is calling for more informed...

Consortium including Crisis and Oxfam attacks coalition government over housing record

28 Apr 2015

A consortium of anti-poverty charities that includes Crisis, Oxfam, Trussell Trust and Save the Children,...

Charities 'need a complete culture change' for digital transformation, says report

24 Apr 2015

Digital teams need to develop better relationships with colleagues in IT and elsewhere in the organisation...

Comic Relief launches grants programme for digital projects

24 Apr 2015

Comic Relief has launched Tech for Good, a new grants programme to help charities run digital projects...

A third of Britons donate to charity by text message, reveals survey

23 Apr 2015

Over 30 per cent of Britons donate to charity by text message and 61 per cent now donate through online...

Join the discussion

 Twitter button

@CSFinance