How Do You Expensify: Qvidian

garrettmknight —  August 8, 2012 — Leave a comment

Expensify is used by companies of all sizes – from a few employees to a couple thousand – and so our training methods vary widely. But a few things remain the same: First, our top-notch support is always FREE. Second, we get way too excited about expense reports.

For Qvidian, a top provider of cloud-computing applications that improve sales effectiveness, we put together a tailored training process. Qvidian decided to host two online training sessions. Each session consisted of a:

  • short introduction to Expensify
  • viewing of our Using Expensify webinar
  • presentation of specifics about company policy/use
  • Q&A portion to round the training out

While their ideal procedure for using Expensify was simple, it differed in sequence from our “Using Expensify” webinar in a few fundamental ways. Rather than make a simple side note of these differences, we were happy to put together a personalized demo video to make their specific expense reporting process as clear as possible. To further ensure that their employees were comfortable with the system, one of our account managers even agreed to host the followup Q&A sessions… FOR FREE.

Are we tooting our own support horn? You better believe it. Are we getting too fired up about expense reports again? Probably.

The bottom line here is that we are glad to help make expense reports not suck faster by accelerating our users’ Expensify training.

Thanks to Qvidian for their participation in this chapter of ‘How Do You Expensify’. If you have any questions about how we can help train your employees or if you’d like to be featured in an edition of ‘How Do You Expensify’, please contact us via help@expensify.com and we’ll assist you in any way we can.

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