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nwosyk
New Member - Level 1

CEO approval without paper copies

We're new to Concur, and are wondering how we can get approvals from the CFO without having to print all of the expense reports. When using paper reports, it was easy to have her look them over before approving, but going in to look at each one individually seems like it would be more time consuming. Has anyone figured out a way to handle that? 

Thanks in advance!

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SAP Concur Employee
SAP Concur Employee

Re: CEO approval without paper copies

There really isn't a work around for this. SAP Concur is designed with the intent to be completely paperless. Each report has to be opened and approved separately. This helps to ensure that those approving reports are at least opening them and hopefully reviewing all the details. The only person who can mass approve a group of expense reports is the Expense Processor, but this requires an extra permission and is done on a different type of screen than manager approval. 

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SAP Concur Employee
SAP Concur Employee

Re: CEO approval without paper copies

There really isn't a work around for this. SAP Concur is designed with the intent to be completely paperless. Each report has to be opened and approved separately. This helps to ensure that those approving reports are at least opening them and hopefully reviewing all the details. The only person who can mass approve a group of expense reports is the Expense Processor, but this requires an extra permission and is done on a different type of screen than manager approval. 

nwosyk
New Member - Level 1

Re: CEO approval without paper copies

Thank you. 

Csmith
Occasional Member - Level 1

Re: CEO approval without paper copies

While the previous comment is accurate, one solution that I've seen with clients is to utilize built in reporting or a custom report to summarize all expenses for CFO review. Have your CFO review the report and once they sign off then accounting would go into concur and approve.