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In her role as U.S. SMB Director of Client Marketing, Mandy Patterson-Milam develops integrated programs and strategies to keep a diverse array of SMB customers engaged, informed and getting the most out of their SAP Concur solutions. She, alongside a highly skilled client marketing team, create timely, relevant materials, videos, events and digital offerings that make a positive impact on our clients—whether that’s helping them improve efficiency, making better use of their data, or offering up ways to keep morale high in the new work-from-home culture. She’s passionate about ensuring that every customer feels connected, and has the tools and information they need to fuel their success.

Join the SAP Concur Small Business Group

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Congratulations on becoming an SAP Concur customer. To ensure you take full advantage of your experience, within our SAP Concur Community is a dedicated Small Business Group, where small business customers can gain exclusive access to an SAP Concur Community Manager, content designed just for them, in addition to peer to peer support. To learn more, watch this video now highlighting the Small Business Group. 

 

Get access to: 

  • Powerful thought leadership - Community powered by the SAP Concur Client Success team
  • Practical tools & training - Weekly live trainings, curated tools and resources for SMB customers
  • Purposeful professional community - Discuss and learn from your peers

 

The Small Business Group is an exclusive, virtual network within the SAP Concur Community, comprised of organizations of the same size—with probably the same challenges—as your own. This is the first place you go to get support, advice and real-world insights from more experienced users. You can also participate in discussion groups, weigh in on product updates and learn about special events designed specifically for this group. Sign up now.

 

1 Comment
cblack56
Occasional Member - Level 2

I have a Manager that is having issues with getting himself setup to "Act on Behalf" of an employee. I have given him permission to Submit Expense Report & Can Administer. Why is he having issues with getting him to Act on Behalf of someone?