Scaling Expense Reports Efficiently: A Look into Aspen Heights’ Strategy

Sylvea Wong —  May 29, 2015 — Leave a comment

This week’s Expensifier of the Week is Aspen Heights, a real estate development company that focuses on student housing across the United States, including apartments, town homes and houses.

My college dorm was awful — the rooms were tiny, the walls were thin, and showers took a lifetime to walk to. When I finally moved out, I never looked back.

For Aspen Heights, they couldn’t look away. For them, developing better student housing wasn’t about making places to sleep, but about creating and improving spaces where people live, connect, and learn. 

Their mission resonated with others and as they became one the fastest growing developing companies in the US, they were faced with another challenge: Time-consuming manual expense reports that weren’t cost effective or scalable.

Take a look at their journey to expense reports that don’t suck:

Aspen Heights

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Sylvea Wong

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Marketing @ Expensify, 20 something year old who likes things and stuff. In search of a better vocabulary.

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